The left antenna is the beacon's main transmit antenna, a horizontally polarized, omnidirectional Delta Loop at 50 feet. To the right is a vertical J-Pole that is the beacon's backup antenna. The J-Pole is homebrew made from copper water pipe. The antenna masts are atop the roof of the WDSE TV / DT transmitter building.
The huge tower in the center supports the top mounted channel 8 and 38 NTSC / DTV "stacked" array television antenna system which is perched at 800 feet. That stacked array is 105 feet long and weighs 13 tons! Each face of the tower is seven feet across, and the tower legs are a bit larger than six inches in diameter. The sidemount antenna seen on the tower just above the beacon antennas is used with a 440 MHZ receive circuit that connects remote receive sites to the W0GKP/R 34/94 FM repeater. The sidemount antenna is at the 100 foot level. The repeater's main transmit antenna is located at the 500 foot above ground level.