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

Chuck Harris cfharris at erols.com
Fri Feb 3 09:17:21 EST 2017

All Loran C signals are transmitted at precisely 100.00000... KHz.

They are a pulse signal system, where each member of the chain uses
a different repetition rate to time the placement of its pulses.

The repetition rates are designed so that they pulses from any
two chains are not coincident, but for random times, over very
long intervals.

There are numerous Wiki's, and other sources of information that
can be found by searching for Loran C.

-Chuck Harris

John Marvin wrote:
> 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?
> Regards,
> John

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