|Subject:||Re: ELF: ZEVS back on air|
|From:||Markus Vester <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Sun, 28 May 2017 14:47:22 -0400|
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> Is the name in fact Zeus and we've lost something in the Transliteration?
Yes. At least according to Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_dipole
VLF engineers seem to have a hang for BIG (nick)names - Goliath, Alpha & Omega, Zeus...
Von: Martin Evans <[email protected]>
An: rsgb_lf_group <[email protected]>
Verschickt: So, 28. Mai 2017 17:37
Betreff: Re: ELF: ZEVS back on air
This may be a matter of trivial import but it's been troubling me for a while now so if someone can settle the question, it would make me - and possibly others - happy.
Why do we call the Russian setup ZEVS?
When was the name first used?
Is there an actual official (or as near official as we can get) Russian confirmation of this name?
Is the name in fact Zeus and we've lost something in the transliteration?
Anyone know anything?
Martin GW3UCJ Swansea.
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