[time-nuts] eLoran test 6 Feb for almost 2 months

John Marvin jm-tnut at themarvins.org
Fri Feb 3 01:20:39 EST 2017

I don't have a Loran receiver, and I live in Colorado. But I'd still 
like to check late at night to see if I can see a signal on my SDR 
receiver. I tried looking at old posts, and did some research online, 
but the best I can tell is that Loran C (and I assume eLoran) is 
transmitted at around 100 Khz. Anyone know precisely what frequency(s) 
are used by the Wildwood eLOran station?



On 2/2/2017 11:59 AM, paul swed wrote:
> Well this is nice almost a 2 month long test.
> So if you thought about seeing if you could receive eLoran on your Loran C
> receiver this is a good opportunity. With respect to the data channel
> pretty sure none of the receivers we have know or care about it.
> The Wildwood, NJ eLoran transmitter will be continuously broadcasting from
> 0900 (EST) on 06 February 2017 through 1200 (EST) on 31 March 2017.
> Wildwood will be broadcasting as 8970 Master and Secondary most of the time
> but occasionally may operate at other rates.
> Please note that the Loran Data Channel (LDC) will be undergoing testing
> and may be unavailable or unreliable for short periods of time
> from 06-10 February 2017.
> Regards
> Paul
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