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i found a site called antennasearch.com ..it looks like its intended for professional techs. but its free .. just type in an address and it generates a radio map and list of towers and transmitters in a four mile radius..even cell towers and microwave. all the way down to the dot's traveler info station on 1610 am..
the transmitter list displays freq. and power data ..check it out!
 

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i found a site called antennasearch.com ..it looks like its intended for professional techs. but its free .. just type in an address and it generates a radio map and list of towers and transmitters in a four mile radius..even cell towers and microwave. all the way down to the dot's traveler info station on 1610 am..
the transmitter list displays freq. and power data ..check it out!
Welcome to RR. Did you know you could do almost the same thing with RR? :FCC Callsign Proximity Search: N 40.42450 W -79.99561 Range: 4

Just click on any license in the general area (for example FCC Callsign KGB327 Details ) , then the lat/lon ( 40.42450 ) and expand from 0.1mi to 4 mi.
 
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do you know of any site that would do that for canadian cities? or even on RR but which will show multiple sites on one map?
 
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