FEBC International Archive

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View of antenna system at Bocaue, Philippines. The towers and antennas are 300+ feet tall and are located in a tidal plain of the Manila Bay used for aquaculture. The array sits on a base underlaid with geotextile to allow the tide to flow without displacing the top layer of soil. The towers themselves are set on pilings driven into the black mud underneath.