There have been EbNaut transmissions on LF too. You could start to
transmit there, just for fun. A few RX stations are available on LF. My
EbNaut monitor is running all the time, i.e. i'm generating txt files
which contain the data for a decode. You can give it a try with messages
taking up to about 30 minutes which is quite a lot on LF. The preferred
range is 137.450...137.550 kHz. With your strong LF signal i assume it
would be no problem to transfer your callsign and locator in a range of
> 3000 km.
You need a very stable signal of course.
Am 22.05.2017 11:55, schrieb Chris Wilson:
Monday, May 22, 2017, 10:45:15 AM, you wrote:
Am 22.05.2017 11:33, schrieb Chris Wilson:
Interest seems to have shifted slightly to the wonderful Ebnaut on
VLF at the moment, something i one day wish to try
Hi Chris :-)
Do you wish to try it TX or RX wise? Did you already start some attempts?
I did the decoding tests successfully, whilst I would like to try it I
am up to my eyes with work at the moment, and I also have to ascertain
if the local noise I now suffer on 136khz is gone on VLF. I have never
even attempted to receive anything below 136kHz to be honest. When I
have more time I will be "down there" giving it a go. Right now I
should concentrate on getting my LF antenna much highr and away from
the house further... I follow your VLF adventures with great interest
though, it's amazing what you are all achieving!