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The total distance between first and the last antenna tower is 1900m. This equals approx. 10% of the wavelength, so there is a phase difference between the signals transmitted by the first tower and that of the last tower of around 36 degrees. And a proportional phase shift inbetween by the other 4 towers.
I guess this results in a certain direction effect by the antenna array. Has this been taken into account when designing the placement of the towers, assuming the transmissions were targeted to New York?