Originally Posted by 4lids
WXOW-DT's antenna is actually located just under the NTSC at the top (center of radiation for DT is 755 feet AGL). It is side-mounted on the La Crosse side of the tower... which results in a slight null toward's Rochester.
Sorry for the mistake.
Maybe someone should correct the FCC database's listing for the STA:
WXOW-TV WI LA CROSSE USA (Digital)
Licensee: WXOW-WQOW TELEVISION, INC.
Service Designation: DS Special Temporary Authority (digital)
Channel: 14 470 - 476 MHz
File No.: BMDSTA-20040402ADC Facility ID number: 64549
CDBS Application ID No.: 989163
43° 48' 23.00" N Latitude
91° 22' 2.00 " W Longitude (NAD 27)
Effective Radiated Power (ERP): 49. kW ERP
Antenna Height Above Average Terrain: 331.7 meters HAAT
Antenna Height Above Mean Sea Level: 599.1 meters AMSLAntenna Height Above Ground Level: 0. meters AGL
Of course, 16 meters seems pretty small for a tower, since the analog is listed at 347m HAAT.