Loran C off the air

Brian Hawes hawes at herald.ox.ac.uk
Fri Aug 6 01:29:29 CDT 2010

Loran still puts out a big signal here in U.K. Not sure where the transmitters are.

Does anybody have any ideas about the 'switching' effect in the background, above 100kHz
which I get in my waterfall display? It's mystified me for some time. Maybe it's something in my
computer. The Rx is an SDR-14 run with Spectravue, but I see the same thing running WinRad.

Brian G2KQ
From: tacos-bounces+hawes=herald.ox.ac.uk at amrad.org [tacos-bounces+hawes=herald.ox.ac.uk at amrad.org] On Behalf Of Frank Gentges [fgentges at mindspring.com]
Sent: 04 August 2010 17:23
To: Tacos
Subject: Loran C off the air


 From an email from the Lowfers, the Loran C is in fact, off the air
now.  There are Loran C chains in Europe and the Pacific and may still
be on the air.

Frank K0BRA

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