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    Re: Amelia Earhart Report
    From: Greg R_
    Date: 2011 Mar 3, 16:12 -0800

    Wasn't a DF station installed on Howland that would work on one of her
    frequencies, since the Itasca's would only work on LF and the (AM) broadcast
    On 3/3/2011 2:58:40 PM, Gary LaPook (glapook@pacbell.net) wrote:
    > There were NO RDF bearing taken by Itasca or any other location on her
    > radio transmissions while she was in flight. Itasca did not have the
    > capability to take bearings on 3105 khz, the frequency that Earhart
    > transmitted on since Itasca's RDF only covered 270 to 550 khz.
    > After the disappearance there were bearings taken on unidentified
    > radio signals that some people believe came from her airplane after
    > ditching or crashing on dry land. NONE of these radio signals had any
    > identification, no "this is Earhart" or "this is KHAQQ" nor "de KHAQQ"
    > nor, in morse,  " -..  .   -.-  ....  .-  --.-  --.- "
    > gl
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