Stuttgart radio tower

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Stuttgart radio tower
Image of the object
Police radio tower 2006
Basic data
Place: Stuttgart - East
Country: Baden-Württemberg
Country: Germany
Altitude : 412  m above sea level NHN
Coordinates: 48 ° 46 ′ 24.1 ″  N , 9 ° 13 ′ 18.2 ″  E
Use: Telecommunications tower
Accessibility: Transmission tower not open to the public
Owner : Police Stuttgart
Tower data
Construction time : 1966
Operating time: since 1966
Total height : 93  m
Data on the transmission system
Waveband : FM transmitter
Send types: Directional radio , mobile land radio , BOS radio
Position map
Stuttgart radio tower (Baden-Württemberg)
Stuttgart radio tower
Stuttgart radio tower
Localization of Baden-Württemberg in Germany

The Stuttgart radio tower , also known as the police radio tower, was built in 1966 as a reinforced concrete transmission tower on the Raichberg in Stuttgart-East . The transmission tower is not open to the public. It is 93 meters high and is used for police and fire service radio. The operator is the Stuttgart police. In the meantime, the technical equipment has been converted to digital technology after the digital police radio has now been put into operation on a trial basis.


  • Christoph Hackelsberger and Jörg Schlaich: Towers are dreams. Avedition, Ludwigsburg 2001, p. 8, ISBN 3-929638-51-7 .

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