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A couple of websites with 630-meter / 2200-meter information

Discussion in 'The Low Bands - 630/2200 Meters - VLF' started by K9STH, Nov 10, 2017.

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  1. K9STH

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  2. KD8DEY

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    Bookmarked for further "Study"...
    Thanks Glenn
     
  3. WA3ETD

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    wa3etd.wordpress.com

    My 630m site, since 2012

    John WA3ETD
     
  4. K9STH

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    Keep the website information coming. The more information available, the better!

    However, the site information given by ETD is not correct! Here is the correct link:

    https://wg2xka.wordpress.com/

    Glen, K9STH
     
  5. K6CLS

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  6. N5WVR

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  7. KA0HCP

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  8. VE7PJR

    VE7PJR Ham Member QRZ Page

    One of my favourite blogs is ve7sl.blogspot.ca

    He has a large number of interesting articles on MF (and other activities all the way up to light freq).

    As a dual US/Canadian ham -- living in Canada -- I'm working on getting up on 630. I have the Monitor Sensors transverter, just need to put a better radiator in the air and build the matching network. Slowly, but I'm getting there!

    Chuck VE7PJR
     
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  9. NM7G

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    In the 70s, I read unclassified literature related to naval shore communication station technology of the era. One manual in particular stimulated my interest in listening below 500 kHz. I've no recollection of the book's title though. I believe this link contains useful info, understanding that none of the references is expressly about amateur radio. It's my opinion that some will nevertheless enlighten the physics and challenges of our lowest bands. http://www.navy-radio.com/manuals/shore-vlf.htm

    I have no station equipment for long-wave at this time. If time allows, I'll build a receive only antenna as a starting point. 73 to lowfers.
     
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  10. K8JD

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    The websites mentioned in the original post , one has not been updated for 2 years and the other is for an expired experimental operation, Gotta Keep Digging for current info !
     

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