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- RSGB HF Committee
- LF Band activities section
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- Slow CW Sensitivity
- DK8KW laboratory tests to get some indication about the ability to communicate with signals below noise level using Slow-CW.
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- The Longwave Club of America
- Lowfers are folks who experiment with radio communications at unusually low frequencies.
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- ulfelf : Ulf Elf Group
- Ulf Elf Group. Exploration of ULF, ELF, VLF Radio with emphasis on natural radio signals, the Schumann resonances, earthquake precursors, etc.
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- VK2XV amateur radio
- Amateur radio operator working MF and LF bands
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- VLF broadcast stations (10 - 150 kHz)
- List of worldwide radio stations on VLF
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- VLF Group
- Starlab Very low frequency group
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- VLF Loop Antenna
- A project on building a VLF loop antenna
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- VLF Natural Radio Discussion Group
- Discussion group dedicated to those who enjoy monitoring radio frequencies in the VLF radio spectrum and slightly below the VLF spectrum (3-30 KHz).
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- VLF Time Signal Broadcasts
- Station List Compiled by William Hepburn, LWCA
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- VLF-LF And the Loop Aerial
- The article discusses the theory of loop aerials for receiving and how they reduce the level of local noise. A Loop Aerial is described suitable for use on the LF and VLF bands together with a circuit of an interface loop tuner and preamplifier. The discussion extends to the problems of amplifier noise and the advantages of tuning the loop.
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- W1TAG WD2XES WE2XGR/3
- Experimental Stations Run by W1TAG
WD2XES has been used to study LF antenna design, propagation and communication modes. Signals from WD2XES have been copied as far away as Russia.
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- W4DEX Experimental Stations
- WD2XSH Experimental Station (505 - 510 KHz)
WD2XKO Transmitting Station Stanfield,NC operating between 135.7 to 137.8 KHz.
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- WD2XGJ Experimental Station
- Experimental Longwave Transmissions from Tower Hill
Operator Name Warren, Ham Call K2ORS, Frequency: 137.7796 KHz
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