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For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
ANTENNA. Any structure or device used to collect or radiate telephone, radio, television or electromagnetic waves or microwave signals. The antenna may include both directional antennas, such as panels and dishes (including microwave reflectors/ antennas) and omni-directional antennas such as whips. For the purposes of this chapter, an ANTENNA is a device of at least 36 inches in height, width or diameter.
ANTENNA SUPPORT STRUCTURE. Any tower, monopole, mast, pole, tripod, box frame or other structure utilized for the purpose of supporting, stabilizing, bearing the weight of or reinforcing transmission, retransmission and/or reception equipment or antenna for telephone, electromagnetic, radio, television or microwave signals.
EIA-222. Electronics Industries Association Standard 222, “Structural Standards for Steel Antenna Towers and Antenna Support Structures.”
LATTICE TOWER. A metal truss, self-supporting structure designed to support fixtures which hold one or more antennas and related equipment.
MAIN STREET DISTRICT. An area of the City of Durant bounded between East First Avenue on the east, West Fifth Avenue on the west, Beech Street on the north and Arkansas Street on the south.
MONOPOLE. A self-supporting pole type structure, tapering from base to top and so designed to support fixtures which hold one or more antennas and related equipment.
NON-WHIP ANTENNA. An antenna which is not a whip antenna such as a dish antenna, panel antenna and the like.
WHIP ANTENNA. An omni-directional dipole antenna of cylindrical shape which is no more than six inches in diameter.
(Ord. 1298, passed 1-11-00)