|Subject:||LF: Test on 137.058 kHz, VO1NA, Loran-C|
|From:||Markus Vester <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Fri, 5 Aug 2016 04:33:15 -0400|
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Today between 7:26 and 8:03 UT, my LF grabber picked up what looked like a CW / carrier test on 137.0578 kHz. Fieldstrength was about 3 uV/m, but unfortunately I wasn't quite able to read it aurally in the upcoming QRN. The blue RDF colour indicates west to north-westerly origin. However no trace appeared in Heidelberg so probably someone nearer to me?
Strong Opera signals from VO1NA have been detected on 137.477 kHz during each of the last three nights.
On 100 kHz, Loran from Wildwood has been on air for about a week.
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