The Beidweiler Longwave Transmitter is a high-power broadcasting transmitter for the French-speaking programme of RTL radio on the longwave frequency 234 kHz. The Beidweiler longwave transmitter, situated at 49°43'58" N and 6°19'08" E, at Beidweiler in Luxembourg, went in service in 1972 as replacement of the old Junglinster Longwave Transmitter.
The Beidweiler longwave transmitter uses a directional antenna consisting of three 290 metre tall guyed masts, each equipped with a cage antenna. The output of this antenna is mostly directed toward Paris.
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