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    Re: Loran-C
    From: Gary LaPook
    Date: 2009 Mar 20, 11:33 -0700
    There are still many aviation NDBs (NON DIRECTIONAL BEACONS) in use for instrument approaches which all transmit in the low frequency band and are used with ADFs in the planes.

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    --- On Fri, 3/20/09, rob <rob.robmurray---.com> wrote:
    From: rob <rob.robmurray---.com>
    Subject: [NavList 7701] Re: LORAN-C
    To: "NavList" <NavList@fer3.com>
    Date: Friday, March 20, 2009, 7:24 AM

    On the topic of RDF, there are a few short range stations still listed
    in the Canadian west coast light list, and at least one (Active Pass)
    was running a few months ago when I last used it (In a classroom
    teaching on the topic of electronic navigation systems).

    I suspect they may be the loneliest, least listened to radio stations
    in the world, and will be shut down when the tubes in the transmitters
    fail.

    Rob





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