In message <[email protected]>, Andy Talbot
<[email protected]> writes
MSF has been off as well, just as I wanted to do some long duration
frequency calibration tests, and the 16kHz and 22 kHz (alledged) submarine
transmissions. According to the National Physical Laboratory info on MSF,
as the antenna feeds are all sited so close together, whenever the main one
needs maintainance the others have to go off as well for safety reasons.
There was no notification on the NPL web page about MSF outages, so it look
like a sudden repair job.
Isn't Criggion still on?