As can be seen from
the annotation in the above photograph, the Band III aerials used by
national DAB radio are right at the very top of the mast at 80m
a.g.l. Below these, at 78 m a.g.l.,
are the mixed polarised aerials used by local BBC station Radio
Cumbria. Next down the mast, at 70m a.g.l., is the stacked pair
of Band III Yagis used by the regional DAB multiplex (MXR North
West). At 67.5 meters above ground level are is the pair of
crossed VHF Yagis used by Independent (commercial) Radio - INR1
(Classic FM) and ILR station for the Morecambe Bay Area (96.9 The Bay).
Below all this (at an unconfirmed height) is the stack of high gain
mixed polarised aerials used by the four BBC national radio stations.