Let me know if you find any more good
Links checked 04/12/2011
American Longwave Club homepage, lots of good info,
constructional projects etc..
AMRAD. Andre, N4ICK and co. are experimenting on LF with their
UK 500kHz Google
group. Lots of 500k news and information.
Stars of LF/MF
GW3UEP's QTX transmitters for
has several projects including Peter's 50W tx and rx loop for
DL4YHF. Wolf is usually heard from DF0WD. Author of Spectrum
F5MAF. Marc is getting going on 137kHz.
G0MRF's site. Several projects including the 300W LF tx. A kit is
G3NYK. Alan is the LF
propagation expert. Interesting info here.
Mike has news and useful info, also gen on his new LF book.
G3YMC. Dave has a 500kHz
G4FTC. Dave built some big stuff for the winter 2001/2 t/A
LF page. Steve is not on LF now but holds some136khz records.
Wolff has the "biggest ears" on 136kHz... he hears
I5TGC. Cesare knows how to get a signal out with limited
has lots of interesting designs for transmitters and receivers.
NL9222. Ko Versteeg's site. Ko is a very
keen LF listener.
OH1TNs homepage. It's mostly
in Finnish but just look at Reino's aerial farm!
OM2TW. Rich is the first OM station on the band; news, pictures
and the LF callbook..
ON7YD. Rik wrote the "QRS" software and has a lot of antenna
RU6LA. Ed has LF news, history and articles in Russian and
SM6LKM. Johan has a PIC based VFO design suitable for
SV1XV. "The world below
VE7SL. Steve has 136 news / info
from a Canadian perspective.
runs regular LF screen captures on his site.
has set up a real-time display of DCF39 sig/noise.
W4DEX. Dex is
a keen "lowfer" and has many trans-Atlantic firsts.
Murray has lots of info on digital modes and a complete LF
DX spots for 136kHz, have you been heard?
International Radio (INRAD) offer a range of excellent filters
for your receiver. They take Visa.
More about the
dreaded Loran-C system from Megapulse.
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all the gossip. Send the message subscribe
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(no subject). Don't worry, you won't be snowed-under with thousands of e-mails,
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