Stuttgart-Burgholzhof radio tower

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Stuttgart-Burgholzhof radio tower
Image of the object
Radio tower 2006
Basic data
Place: Stuttgart - Bad Cannstatt
Country: Baden-Württemberg
Country: Germany
Altitude : 351  m above sea level NHN
Coordinates: 48 ° 48 '44.8 "  N , 9 ° 11' 14.3"  E
Use: Telecommunications tower , broadcasting station
Accessibility: Transmission tower not open to the public
Owner : German radio tower
Tower data
Construction time : 1989
Operating time: since 1989
Total height : 47  m
Data on the transmission system
Waveband : FM transmitter
Radio : VHF broadcasting
Send types: DAB , mobile radio , directional radio , BOS radio
Further data
Thick foundation: 1.2 m
Foundation diameter: 5 m
Diameter shaft: 1.2 m

Position map
Radio tower Stuttgart-Burgholzhof (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
Stuttgart-Burgholzhof radio tower
Stuttgart-Burgholzhof radio tower
Localization of Baden-Württemberg in Germany

The radio tower Stuttgart-Burgholzhof is a 47 m high transmission tower in Stuttgart above the Pragsattel , directly behind the Robert Bosch Hospital . It was built in 1989 and serves as an antenna carrier for DAB radio , BOS radio , mobile radio and directional radio . The operator and owner of the system is Deutsche Funkturm (DFMG), a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom based in Münster .

The steel tube construction with an octagonal cross-section designed by the architect Christopher has a diameter of 1.2 m at the base. It rests on a hexagonal reinforced concrete foundation with a diameter of 5 m and a thickness of 1.2 m.

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