[MLB-WIRELESS] There is a *massive* radio transmitter on my roof - any chances?

Matthew Boyd Matthew.C.Boyd at uts.edu.au
Mon Nov 19 19:44:11 EST 2001

Re 2: Cherry picker could be a bit expensive also if its on the roof it 
would have to be a big one. I'd suggest doing something *really* dodgy, 
throwing a wire/rope over it and pulling a small omni up the top, or 
getting something that you could use to "walk" something up one of the 
guy wires. A lot of somethings in this idea, but an easy start. How far 
is the base of the antenna from the ground? Mightn't need to get much 
height if you've got roof access anyway.

> 2) The 'tower' that the transmitter is on is *very* high, but not 
> humanclimb up load bearing type. It is about 15cm across at the 
> top, 1 metre at
> the bottom, 20m(?) high, and has ~8 guy wires down to the roof. 
> How the hell

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