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Kokavil transmission tower:

Construction reaches final stage

The construction of the Kokavil Transmission tower reaches to the final stage.

The tower when completed by next March will give transmission facilities to all TV Channels, Mobile Telecommunication and Radio Broadcast to the North.

The tower will connect the North and the South over the Air through TV, radio programs and will give the people an opportunity to use any mobile service. Sixty eight regional towers have been planned to support the 177 metre mega tower. Thirty six have been erected. The Kokavil tower is in a high security zone. The regional towers are at army camps.

The Kokavil tower is the only of its kind to stand without any cable support in the country.

Sri Lanka Signal Corps Signal Brigade Commander Brigadier K R P Rovel told the Daily News that they will broadcast 2011 ICC cricket world cup matches to the people in the North with the completion of the tower.

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