The CVC Chile transmissions site, located in the rural village of Calera de Tango, about 30 km southwest of the capital of Chile, Santiago, consist of a main building, where the administrative and technical offices, control room, transmitters room and spare parts store are. At the rear part of the building, are the transmission lines to the 7 antennas, which cover the whole of Latin America and the Caribbean, and could cover Europe and Africa. Inside the transmitters room, where the most important part of the work we do take place, are the 8 Harris SW-100 transmitters, with a power transmission capacity of 100 kW each.
The technical staff working at the site: a senior transmissions engineer, three transmissions technicians, six full-time transmitter
operators, two part-time transmitter operators, an engineer assistant and a secretary. They all work doing mainly equipment maintenance,
developing improvements projects and constantly training the staff.