[time-nuts] Locked onto LORAN 8970 GRI Monday AM
Thomas S. Knutsen
la3pna at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 09:13:25 EST 2013
There seems to be someone thinking that all LORAN-C stations are shut down,
and this is not correct.
I know first hand from the Eidi and Bø chain, that both are drifted by
their host nations, as this responcibility was transfered to them from the
USCG in 1995. I beleve most on foregin soil are drifted by their host
There is an interest in keeping the LORAN-C chains Eidi and Bø, as they
give good coverage in the Barents sea. The current agreement keeps the
chains in operation to 2018.
2013/2/5 Chuck Harris <cfharris at erols.com>
> Has anyone thought to ask them what their intentions are?
> It would seem to me that if they are interested in re-activating
> enough of the old LORAN-C network to provide time service that they
> might want to talk to folks that used to rely on LORAN-C for time
> -Chuck Harris
> Stan, W1LE wrote:
>> After 11:20 hours still tracking and locked to LORAN.
>> Frequency offset compared to my T'Bolt GPS/DO is -2.5E12.
>> Stan W1LE Cape Cod
>> On 2/4/2013 8:56 PM, paul swed wrote:
>>> We can only dream. But will take what I can get for as long as I can get
>>> it. It sure in the heck kicks wwvb's capabilities.
>>> On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 6:20 PM, J. Forster <jfor at quikus.com> wrote:
>>> Great. Now if the transmissions continue and the format doesn't change!
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