Radiowe Centrum Nadawcze w Konstantynowie is a series of 5 movies over Konstantynow longwave transmitter, whose antenna mast, which is also known as Warsaw Radio Mast, was with a height of 646 metres the tallest tower ever built. The mast of Radiowe Centrum Nadawcze w Konstantynowie was completed in 1974 and collapsed on August 8th, 1991, when the last of the third guys of the upper guy level, which hold the mast upright, was changed.
Warsaw Radio Mast was used by the Polish Broadcasting Company as antenna in form of a mast radiator for its longwave transmitter, which worked on 225 kHz. This transmitter was with a power of 2000 kW one of the most powerful broadcasting transmitters in the world!
All 5 movies show many interesting ( and still not-often seen) pictures of Konstantynow longwave transmitter. They show not only the mast ( and construction work on it), but also the interior of the transmitter devices. Very impressionant are the scenes of the debris of the collapsed mast.
All 5 films are a "must" for all people interested in electronics, radio technology and tower engineering. Although the speech in all films is Polish, watching and downloading them is worth at all, as they contain many interesting pictures, which you may only find there!