Montanavision Media Inc.
Client since 2007.
Northwest Community College
KNWT Page 1.
KNWT & KOFG Page 2.
KNWT & KOFG Page 4.
KNWT Studio Page.
KOFG Studio Page.
Call Sign=KNWT (FM)
FCC Facility ID=172695
Latitude=44° 29' 46" North.
Longitude=109° 09' 09" West.
Call Sign=KOFG (FM)
FCC Facility ID=121854
In order for both KOFG and KNWT to use the same tower, a combiner and
special wide-bandwidth antenna were required. Because the antenna will
be mounted relatively low to the ground, a special bay spacing was required
to reduce downward radiation. Frequency allocation issues required
that KNWT radiate no energy toward Idaho Falls. Consulting engineer
Gray Haertig worked with Shively Labs to design the antenna.
Loren delivers the new Shively antenna and combiner to the Cedar Mountain site,
September 1, 2010.
Bar T Electric of Powell arrived the next morning to begin wiring the transmitter
building for the new station.
A small excavator was used to dig the trench from the power pole to the building
for the new electric service.
Electric meter panels for KNWT and KOFG side-by-side on the rear of the
transmitter building, September 2, 2010.
Inside, the KOFG transmitter rack has been moved and turned. The KNWT equipment
rack is on the left. The Shively combiner is on the right.
Kevin and Colton assemble the new Shively antenna, September 24, 2010.
Surveyor's stakes mark the alignment azimuth for the antenna. Colton watches closely
to make sure the antenna is properly aligned.
Kenton and Brent align the top bay of the new antenna.
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