Category: VLF

Historic NSS Call Sign to be Reactivated for First Time in More than 40 Years

Operators from the US Naval Academy Radio Club (W3ADO) and the Potomac Valley Radio Club (W3GRF) will reactivate the historic NSS call sign on May 13-14 during the Armed Forces Day Crossband Military/Amateur Radio Communications Test. Operation from the former NSS Naval Radio Station site on Greenbury Point in Annapolis, Maryland, will get under way […]

ARRL 600 Meter Experiment Reports 202,400+ Hours of Operation, Zero Interference Complaints

The ARRL 600 Meter Experiment under the WD2XSH Part 5 Experimental license reports that no interference complaints have been received from other services operating in the 465-515 kHz band over the course of more than 202,400 hours of operation, nor was interference from other operations an issue for any of the experiment’s participants. That statistic […]

ARRL: VLF Transmissions, Amateur Radio Activity Set for Alexanderson Day on July 3

VLF enthusiasts, take note: The SAQ Alexanderson alternator will be on the air for “Alexanderson Day,” Sunday, July 3, for a full-day event that includes both VLF transmissions and Amateur Radio HF activity from SK6SAQ, the ham station at the Grimeton heritage site in Sweden. The Alexanderson alternator — an electromechanical radio transmitter — is […]

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