[Fwd: LF: 136 kHz signals]

Andre' Kesteloot akestelo@bellatlantic.net
Wed, 04 Nov 1998 09:46:29 -0500

David Brown wrote:

> Hi folks
> 136 kHz sigs are good strength in the evenings here in Christchurch, New
> Zealand, on my lf loop, even when left tuned to 181 kHz.  The 1200 square
> foot vertical loop plane is oriented roughly northeast-southwest.
> The US based sources are threefold (based on three year old data)  and all
> are on assigned freq of 135.95 kHz.
>  They are NPO at Luzon (14N3000/120E5500), NPC at Puget Sound Washington
> (47N3400/122W3100) and NPG near San Francisco (38N1100/122W2400).
>  All three are supposedly running around +50 dBw. I have no idea which I am
> hearing but probably the Californian one.
> There is a Canadian station listed, VEV, on 136.3 kHz but running somewhat
> lower power and not logged here.
> 73, Dave