Saybrook, IL


Saybrook's steel-lattice tower supports a mix of Western Electric KS-15676 horn-reflector antennas and high-performance parabolics. The parabolic antennas, mounted lower on the tower than the horns, were probably installed to provide space-diiversity reception.

A 1970 route map shows Saybrook having the following microwave paths: north to Odell No. 1 and Odell No. 2, IL; southeast to Champaign, IL and south-southwest to Cisco, IL.

As a junction point for several radio paths, Saybrook was most likely a "main station" with protection switching and maintenance functions.


Courtesy of Scott Grams
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Created on January 24, 2005 at 17:14 by Albert LaFrance