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Difference between revisions of "Tavolara and Punta Coda Cavallo Marine Preserve"

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On '''Tavolara Island''' there is the VLF transmitter ICV, which is used for transmitting submarines on the frequencies 20.26 kHz and 20.76 kHz to submerged submarines.
 
On '''Tavolara Island''' there is the VLF transmitter ICV, which is used for transmitting submarines on the frequencies 20.26 kHz and 20.76 kHz to submerged submarines.
 
It uses as antenna a span between two mountains and is surely an interesting facility for people, who like towers and spans, but it may be situated, because of its military use in restricted area and may be only admirable from far away.
 
It uses as antenna a span between two mountains and is surely an interesting facility for people, who like towers and spans, but it may be situated, because of its military use in restricted area and may be only admirable from far away.
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* [http://www.vlf.it/trond2/20-25khz.html VLF-frequency list, which mentions ICV on Tavolara]

Revision as of 21:35, 10 August 2006

On Tavolara Island there is the VLF transmitter ICV, which is used for transmitting submarines on the frequencies 20.26 kHz and 20.76 kHz to submerged submarines. It uses as antenna a span between two mountains and is surely an interesting facility for people, who like towers and spans, but it may be situated, because of its military use in restricted area and may be only admirable from far away.

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