[time-nuts] 60 KHz Receiver
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Tue Oct 5 21:04:05 UTC 2010
In message <63077.12.6.201.2.1286310871.squirrel at popaccts.quikus.com>, "J. Fors
>That's why I think an amateur timing LORAN network might be quite
>feasable. Imagine a dozen 1 KW PEP A-LORAN stations with Rb and GPS
>scattered around the US. There is no reason why a single transmitter could
>not spoof a whole chain as it would not be used for navigation.
Why try to emulate technology from WWII ?
I would find it much more interesting to invent a good spread-spectrum
modulation, and see if we could do world wide time-transmission with
just a single 1W tranmistter per continent, which could be received
with a simple down-converter frontend and a soundcard.
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