Guyed towers are lighter and more cost efficient than self-supporting towers where space is inexpensive. For this reason, guyed towers are more often used in rural settings. Three guy wires made of high-strength steel anchor the tower to the ground over an anchor radius equal to 2/3 of the tower's height. The central mast is made either of a triangular lattice section or tubular section to avoid icing. Guyed towers range in height from 25 to 625 feet.
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