This lattice tower was once a part of famous Beromünster transmitter.
The line is supported by lattice towers with a typical height of 108 metres.
It was established in 1955 and initially used a small lattice tower.
The present crossing was built in 1974, and includes one 112-metre tall lattice tower.
It uses as its antenna a 50-metre high free-standing lattice tower, built in 1958.
The studios' notable features were a lattice tower and red, neon sign.
This was replaced in 1988 by a 135 meters high guyed lattice tower.
This was replaced in 1982 by a 210 meters high guyed lattice tower.
A jin-pole crane can be used to assemble lattice towers.
A lattice tower is a framework construction made of steel or aluminum sections.