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LF: Galloping Horses

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Subject: LF: Galloping Horses
From: "Peter Martinez" <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2006 11:19:59 -0000
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By all means quote my explanation, but it's not an explanation which should be attributed to me, since the reason behind it has been known since LORAN began. It only applies to LORAN transmitters like Lessay and Sylt which are 'dual rated', that is, which have two distinct pulse repetition rates. Rugby and Soustons (SW France), for example, don't gallop.
The term 'Galloping Horses' has also been around for a while. UK stations
were certainly using it in 1998 when the LORAN problem first reared it's
ugly head on 136kHz.

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