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FM,MHz Station Transmitter
  88.10 KRNM Public Radio Northern Marianas College
  89.10 K206BM Public Radio Mt Tapochau
  89.90 KORU Joy FM Mt Tapochau
  90.70 KCKD Mt Tapochau
  91.50 KMOP Melodies of Prayer Mt Tapochau
  92.10 K221EF Man'nge Elle' Mt Tapochau
  97.90 KPXP Power 98 Mt Tapochau
100.30 KWAW Magic 100 Mt Tapochau
103.90 KZMI Mt Tapochau
WB,MHz Station Transmitter
162.55 WXM86 NOAA Weather Radio Mt Tapochau
AM,kHz Station Transmitter
    567 KGUM Newstalk K57 Guam, Yona
    801 KTWG Christian Radio Guam, Piti, Nimitz Hill
  1080 KCNM Fun 101 Susupe
  1440 KKMP Man'nge Elle' Susupe
 





 

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Mount Tapochau / Okso Takpochao


Coordinates: 15°11'14" N, 145°44'37" E
Mount Tapochau (Chamorro: Okso' Takpochao) is the highest point on the island of Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands. It is located in the centre of the island, north of San Vicente village and northwest of Magicienne Bay, and rises to a height of 1554 ft (474 m). The mountain offers a 360 degree view of the island.

Agingan Point REKTS Shortwave Radio Relay Station / Puntan Agingan


Coordinates: 15°07'15" N, 145°41'36" E
Shortwave Radio Relay Station "Robert E. Kamosa Transmitting Station" (REKTS) at the southern part of Saipan Island. It is owned by the International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB) and broadcasts programs for Radio Free Asia (RFA), Voice of America (VOA) and Australian Broadcast Corporation (ABC). It has three 100 kW Continental 418E transmitters, three Technology for Communication International (TCI) Model 611 curtain antennas and a 4.75 meter satellite receiving system with an active uplink and associated ancillary equipment.

 

Tinian REKTS Shortwave Radio Relay Station / Tini'an


Coordinates: 15°11'14" N, 145°44'37" E
Shortwave Radio Relay Station "Robert E. Kamosa Transmitting Station" (REKTS) on the island of Tinian. It is owned by the International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB) and broadcasts programs for Radio Free Asia (RFA), Voice of America (VOA) and Australian Broadcast Corporation (ABC). Currently it has six 500 kW transmitters (ABB Model 55 C3-2P), two 250 kW transmitters (Continental Model 419F-2), a 8 X 15 Matrix, and high/low antenna pairs for 333, 313, 295, 280 and 267 degrees. A midband antenna for 295 degrees makes the compliment 11 Telefunken manufactured antennas supported between a total of 15 towers.

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