|Subject:||Re: LF: Rugby LORAN measurement?|
|From:||"Peter Martinez" <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Sun, 9 Apr 2006 19:13:29 -0000|
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I don't think the presence of the spurious emission (near 60kHz) from the LORAN transmitter would cause any trouble to MSF itself. A quick calculation says that the nearest spurii from the Rugby LORAN transmitter to the MSF transmission would be respectively 8.9139804 Hz low and 5.94265 Hz high of 60kHz, and probably a long long way down on the main 60kHz carrier.
Of course that doesn't say that there isn't some disturbance from the LORAN transmitter to the MSF transmitter due to non-linear effects arising because of the proximity of the two transmitters to each other. The NPL people might be more worried about that than the far-off sidebands which bother us up here. But if there were effects like this, the solution wouldn't help us at all.
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