Hi Jurgen I dont know the list you quote....if it is a BC station list these
are often kept more up to date by monitoring stations. The vlf.it lists
Danielle quoted carry a date or 2001 I am sire Trond's Alfac site is more
up-to-date than that now.
You can back up the URL to the home page and read the info
The spectrograms give a good idea of what can be heard almost anywhere in
the world.though some have restricted their max frequency to 16kHz
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jurgen Bartels" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Monday, January 24, 2011 11:50 PM
Subject: Re: LF: What freq. list can you recommend
> Jurgen a lot of the list quoted are well out of date. Dont assume because
> station is quoted that it actually exists on that frequency. GBR and GBZ
> closed years ago and the aerials were demolished. Work the other way see
The problem with pages like http://www.vlf.it/trond2/15-20khz.html is that I
don't know how old they are. And more confusing that GBR is listed as
MWLIST seems to be more accurate, it doesn't list GBR anymore.
How do guys see MWLIST, is it more up-to-date in the VLF range?
> what you can hear and then try and identify the stations Your should see
> around 5 or 6 stations between 17 and 24 kHz. One of the best checks used
> be the WWWL lighning sites but our local in Shefield seems to have reduced
What are those sites?
> Remember that many of the "signals" heard in this frequency area are due
> badly designed or manufactured domestic equipment, in your or your
> neighbours houses.
Yes I know that, I'm an engineer, and treat this always with sceptism.
But my antenna is in a rural area, only our house is the closest, and I know
most of the potential noise sources. But there's always something new to
Jurgen Bartels Suellwarden, N. Germany
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