Client since 1990.
||serves Helena, East Helena, and Townsend
on 89.1 MHz with a transmitter located on Hogback Mountain.
FCC Facility ID=173818.
North Latitude=46° 49' 30"
West Longitude=111° 42' 13" (NAD27).
It's a stout tower for a severe environment, and supports antennas for
several stations. At the top, KTVH-DT Channel 12; at the lower right,
the white panel antenna is for KMTF Channel 29; the 6-bay Shively antenna
on the left side of the tower is for KIMO (FM) 107.3 MHz. Just above it
is the 5-element Yagi for KYPH. Above that is the 5-element crossed Yagi
for K251AC and K244EH. Below the orange radomes is the 2-bay Bext
antenna for KMXM (FM) 102.3 MHz.
Hogback Lookout on the west end of the ridge.
Over the winter, the KYPH antenna boom broke at the screw hole for the
balun. Loren placed the ratched strap to hold it together until repairs
could be made.
The repaired KYPH antenna has a new boom with an internal wooden
stiffener and two new support braces, August 19, 2012.
From the top: TTC FMS100 Amplifier and TTC XLFM Translator for
K244EH, re-broadcasting Yellowstone Public Radio at 96.7 MHz;
Crown FM transmitter for translator K251AC, re-broadcasting KGLT
at 98.1 MHz; Rayne ComStream ABR202 satellite receiver for
Yellowstone Public Radio; Crown FM150 transmitter for KYPH (FM),
broadcasting Yellowstone Public Radio at 89.1 MHz; Burk AC-8 outlet
controller; Burk ARCPlus SL remote control; and filter cavities to insure
that they all play well together.
KIMO (FM) transmitter is a Nautel NV15,
operating at 107.3 MHz in the FM+HD RadioTM mode.
KMXM (FM) transmitter is a Nautel CA2000,
operating at 102.3 MHz in the FM+HD RadioTM mode.
This page updated 14-Mar-2016.