[time-nuts] Timing Distribution in Mountainous Terrain

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Fri Sep 10 16:37:49 UTC 2010

On 9/9/2010 12:49 PM, k6rtm at comcast.net wrote:
> Ralph-- 
> As far as getting a signal through mountainous terrain, look at NVIS antennas for HF -- we use them for Field Day for just that kind of communications, 200 - 300 miles in mountainous terrain. Figuring out propagation delays is going to be interesting with NVIS though. 
> 73 de Bob K6RTM 
> ------------------------------
Actually, it's not too hard. layer sounding for single site DF has been
pretty well documented for a long time.  Getting it with accuracy to 15
feet is probably impossible though.

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