Broadcast Tower Technologies
Keeping Broadcasters on the Air
About Our Company
Jack Boone has been a Communications Tower Specialist and consultant primarily in the maintenance and upgrading
of Broadcast Television and Radio Towers since 1996. He worked for several major tower companies from 1996 until 2002
primarily assisting Television broadcasters find the most efficient and economical ways to meet the FCC requirement to simulcast
both an analog and a digital signal during the DTV transition period. In 2002 at the urging of several industry leaders he and
his wife started Broadcast Tower Technologies, Inc. specifically to work with lower tier broadcasters that did not have the
revenue streams necessary to adequately meet the transition requirements with their existing towers.
Tower Reinforcing can save millions of dollars. Consider the value of your time, resources and the likelihood you will experience months of hassle with the FCC and FAA.
The gin pole is unique to the tower industry. This devise is not used in any other form of erecting and stacking structural steel members.
Many broadcast towers were designed and built long before the latest CAD programs were available.
Any time a tower has been subjected to extreme loading such as severe weather, ice, high winds, shock wave or other stress it should receive a complete inspection.