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Bocaue antenna system

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The short wave antenna system at Bocaue, completed in 2001, was part of a major project fully completed in 2005, and was the result of ten years of planning, labor, and fund raising. The towers are anchored to pilings which "float" in the estuary mud, thanks to the instalation of geotextiles which allow the tidewaters to rise and fall without removing the soil. The system serves Indonesia, SouthEast Asia and China.