[time-nuts] Loran-C Anthorn
mike.cook at orange.fr
Mon Jul 12 06:13:01 EDT 2010
note that at 54,9 degrees, one least significant decimal digit in the
latitude/longditude is approx 11cm/6cm . That might well explain why
there are multiple references.
Le 12/07/2010 11:46, Peter Vince a écrit :
> Hello Antonio,
> Looking at the aerial photographs on Google Maps, the transmitter
> building can be seen at 54.91224°N, 3.27831°W - nearer Cardurnock than
> Anthorn! Which are the actual aerial masts though, I don't know.
> Might I suggest you contact Peter Whibberley at the National Physical
> Laboratory (peter.whibberley (at) npl . co . uk) - if he can't tell
> you, he will certainly know who can!
> Peter Vince
> On 12 July 2010 00:40,<asmagal at fc.up.pt> wrote:
>> Greetings to the group.
>> I would like to have the exact (and trustworthy...) WGS84 coordinates
>> of the Anthorn Loran-C antenna. Searching the net I got at least three
>> different sets of LAT/LONG. It seems to me that exactitude is not a cult
>> anymore, except for us the nutties...
>> I would also appreciate to have the exact Coding Delay for that transmitter.
>> (Not the Emission Delay, which is known to be 27,300.00 uS).
>> Thanks in advance.
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