At the next cave radio field meet in the UK, which is likely to be in September
(but the location is not yet decided), it is hoped to make measurements of
Loran signal strength on 87kHz and compare them with those in past years. Cave
rescue organisations which use Heyphones and Molephones are also being asked if
they have noticed any difference in interference levels.
A note will also appear in the forthcoming CREG Journal alerting people to the
*********** REPLY SEPARATOR ***********
On 04/07/2005 at 15:15 [email protected] wrote:
Well, I think we have an opportunity to influence the future of the Loran
project at Rugby.
I made a complaint about the interference to the Loarn organisation and
have put the Trinity House project manager in touch with me. Typically
an interference complaint, they need times dates and description of the
Sounds I can do, but can someone forward some real dates and times as I
haven't noted the previous transmissions to a sufficient accuracy.
I suspect we won't be able to stop this, but we may well get them to
a large notch filter for 136k.
Jim / Dave. May I use some of your previously 'published' info?
Dear Mr. Bowman,
I have been forwarded a copy of your email to the International Loran
Could you please let me have some details regarding the interference
experiencing, including what it sounds like and times of day that you