[time-nuts] Is a FS700 useable in the USA?
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Sun Nov 6 06:47:15 EST 2011
On 11/06/2011 12:25 AM, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> In message<F3429597-8C62-464A-82FA-C321B51FECF5 at flatironresearch.com>, Scott H
> arris writes:
>> I picked up a SRS FS700 LORAN-C frequency standard cheap and is
>> seem to be functional, but I don't have the active antenna.
>> I live about 20 miles west of Boulder, CO.
> I seriously doubt you will get any kind of signal that the FS700 or
> any other LORAN-C receiver can use. Your nearest station may be
> one of the Russian "Chayka" stations.
> PS: But I'm in the market for a cheap FS700, if you want to get
> rid of it again, but we need to find a sensible way to ship it
> to Denmark...
I would too be in the market for one, I'm in Sweden so I too get to see
some LORAN-C. However, I recall there being some issue with the FS700
and support for European chains due to the chain delay settings.
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