Vodafone radio tower Stuttgart-Vaihingen

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Vodafone radio tower Stuttgart-Vaihingen
Image of the object
Transmission tower 2005
Basic data
Place: Stuttgart - Vaihingen
Country: Baden-Württemberg
Country: Germany
Altitude : 505  m above sea level NHN
Coordinates: 48 ° 43 ′ 41.6 "  N , 9 ° 4 ′ 46.2"  E
Use: Telecommunications tower
Accessibility: Transmission tower not open to the public
Owner : Vodafone
Tower data
Construction time : December 1998
Operating time: since 1998
Total height : 98.6  m
Operating rooms: 58  m , 62.5 m, 67.5 m, 70 m, 75 m, 77.5 m, 80 m, 82.5 m
Data on the transmission system
Waveband : FM transmitter
Send types: Cellular radio , directional radio
Position map
Vodafone radio tower Stuttgart-Vaihingen (Baden-Württemberg)
Vodafone radio tower Stuttgart-Vaihingen
Vodafone radio tower Stuttgart-Vaihingen
Localization of Baden-Württemberg in Germany

The Vodafone radio tower in Stuttgart- Vaihingen is a 98.6 meter high cell phone tower made by Vodafone .

The unusual tripod- like construction made of concrete tubes was erected in December 1998 in just four days. The tower has eight antenna platforms that are 58 meters, 62.5 meters, 67.5 meters, 70 meters, 75 meters, 77.5 meters, 80 meters and 82.5 meters high.

The radio tower is used for the directional radio connection of mobile radio base stations to the switching center ( MSC ), which is located in an operations building below the tower.

An identical tower is located on the premises of the Vodafone exchange in the Mallau area in Mannheim-Rheinau .

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