The Design and Construction of Cylindrical Television Masts in Great Britain

Author: Mears, T F;Charman, W R

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The Design and Construction of Cylindrical Television Masts in Great Britain





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The Design and Construction of Cylindrical Television Masts in Great Britain
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Mears, T F;Charman, W R

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Mears, T F;Charman, W R

The paper gives a general account of the planning, design and construction of television masts with particular reference to the cylindrical masts which have been built for the Independent Television Authority at Winter Hill, Emley Moor and Belmont. T.F. Mears and W.R. Charman

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