[time-nuts] AUSTRON MODEL 2100F Conversion

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Mon Oct 4 20:09:40 UTC 2010

Don't think any of it mattered.
The goal was to save the operating costs to show that we are thrifty bunch
in government.
I was caught a bit off guard I did check my references/standards in late
July even early august. Had looked for notices and missed them.
Would have taken final checks.
Oh well. I am looking forward to listening for Europe and perhaps even
getting a lock in the winter. It simply will not be as it was anyhow. Long
path distortions.
At least the austrons can be used as very very nice frequency comparators.

On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 3:56 PM, Chuck Harris <cfharris at erols.com> wrote:

> That would explain why my 2100T hasn't worked since I got back
> from vacation.
> When the US chains shut down, the commerce department said it would
> continue those stations that serviced Canada (because of treaties),
> until November 2010.  I guess Canada decided it didn't need that long.
> I tried during the deliberation process to put some input into the system,
> but it was refused because I only used the frequency and timing services.
> The powers that be were only interested in how shutting down Loran would
> affect the transportation industry.
> I wonder if they had a clue about how many small businesses they were going
> to impact when they shut down?
> -Chuck Harris
> paul swed wrote:
>> I'll be, I missed it US and Canadian Loran C shut down 1 Aug.. So either
>> you
>> pick up Europe or build a loran c sim.
>> Regards
>> On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 11:06 AM, paul swed<paulswedb at gmail.com>  wrote:
>>  Stanley,
>>> The new link does indeed work.
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