The tower has been identified as an AB-216/U. Typically 78 feet in height.
A close look at the antennas indicate that the antenna array is part of the AN/TRC-29 radio set.
Specifics on the AN/TRC-29: 1700 to 2400 MHz microwave. 27 RF channels spaced 25 MHz apart. Bandwidth: 9MHz (9000F9). It can handle TV, radar, FDM, TDM and Orderwire communications depending upon configuration. Uses an 8ft 30db wire mesh dish antenna. 100 mph wind loading without ice. Transmitter rack: 26.5 x 27 x 60 inches at 517 lbs. Receiver rack: 26.5 x 27 x 60 inches at 534 lbs. Power requirements: 115/230 volts AC, 50-60 Hz at 2300 watts. Transmission line: CG-1013/U (Surface Wave Transmission Line) for lengths 100ft and over.The AN/TRC-29 radio system is part of an overall system, which can not be identified from the picture. So here are the configurations.
All configurations except the AN/TRC-38 are limited to 20 hops.
AN/TRC-38, Point to Point microwave system Two AN/TRC-29 radios One operational, one spare Orderwire capable One or two AN/TCC-13 multiplexer Each MUX capable of 23 channels AN/TRC-39, Baseband repeater system Three AN/TRC-29 radios Two operational, one spare Orderwire capable AN/TRC-40, Multi-hop repeater system Three AN/TRC-29 radios Two operational, one spare Orderwire capable AN/TRA-10 Pulse form restorer (used on 5th or 6th hop) AN/TRC-41, Multi-hop repeater system with drop/insert capability Three AN/TRC-29 radios Two operational, one spare Orderwire capable AN/TRA-10 Pulse form restorer (used on 5th or 6th hop) AN/TCA-1 Drop and insert for channels 1 thru 8.Compiled by: Curtis Law 30 June 2013
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