KRISS LARSON'S NORTH AMERICAN NDB IMAGES


~~ GALLERY THREE ~~

On this page you will find a collection of photographs of NDBs and other types of radio transmitters and antennas, taken during Kriss's visit to North Carolina. In this collection are a number of shots of the NDBs at Edenton, Chocowinity, Greenville, Cape Hatteras, Dixon and Carolina Beach.

NOTE# All of the following pictures are copyright 'Kriss Larson', and should not be re-produced with out first obtaining his permission - please ask us for his contact details if you should require them.



NDB "EDE - 265.0 kHz", EDENTON AIRPORT, NC, USA:
EDE 265.0 kHz
Edenton Airport NDB EDE 265 kHz with ILS localizer rack in foreground. Co-ordinates for this one are: N36° 01' 31.48", W076° 33' 59.55" W


NDB "RNW - 388.0 kHz", CHOCOWINITY, NC, USA:
RNW 388.0 kHz
Chocowinity NDB RNW 388 kHz with transmitter shed door left open. Co-ordinates for this one are: N35° 30' 34.49", W077° 06' 23.83"

RNW 388.0 kHz
Transmitter and antenna tunner inside open shed of RNW beacon.


VOA GREENVILLE, NC, USA:
VOA Greenville
Part of Voice of America's Greenville antenna farm, 2 sites 800 acres each.


FESSENDEN'S RADIO TESTS, CAPE HATTERAS, NC, USA:
Fessendens
Sign at Cape Hatteras marking site of Reginald Fessendens voice radio tests in 1902.


CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE, CAPE HATTERAS, NC, USA:
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the tallest brick one in the world. Also with US Coast Guard VHF tower.


NDB "DIW - 198.0 kHz", DIXON, NC, USA:
DIW 198.0 kHz
Dixon NDB callsign DIW 198 kHz, the kHz lowest NDB frequency in the USA. Also with DME antenna. The co-ordinates for DIW are: N34° 34' 06.62", W077° 27' 10.67"


NDB "CLB - 216.0 kHz", CAROLINA BEACH, NC, USA:
CLB 216.0 kHz
Carolina Beach NDB CLB 216 kHz from 1 mile long road from highway. This is also the most commonly heard US NDB here in Europe. The co-ordinates for this NDB are: N34° 06' 22.64", W077° 57' 41.96"

CLB 216.0 kHz
The top of the Carolina Beach NDB tower with top-loaded guys.

CLB 216.0 kHz
Base of the antenna and transmitter building at Carolina Beach NDB. The station has a butane backup generator.


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