(5)IIRC in 1950 the Naval Reserve Listening Service included reserve stations scattered about the country as well as individuals. Full info here -
(3)Tower on the left is an old LongLines tower that I believe is now owned by CenturyLink. Not sure if there is anything active up there anymore? Tower in the
(3)... Yes, some of it was rotor devices just a bit more sophisticated than the Enigma, and some similar to the Lorenz SZ28, but there was also some gear
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(6)Here's one source for information about the cited parade; there are actually four to six feeds and I can't find the msgs conveying those URLs. Bill Neill
Neill, William J.
(7)That makes sense. The LA Center RCAG towers/antennas are about 200 feet higher up the hill next to the VOR, looks like they use the higher site for Center and
(4)Well, my friend, off-grid is off-grid - whether solar or 100% generator Solar requires substantial generator backup; especially at 6600' in NE Arizona There
(19)ALL Ive been reading all the posts from everyone. 4000 Mile L3 Route from NY to california. was before they started using Microwave to cover connections all
(25)That would have to be it. Despite the area appearing barren there is a cluster of former Atlas-F sites protected by a pair of Nike sites which made for some
(3)Welcome to the group, Terry. There are several members of this group that are also on CommCenter1. Bill [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
(3)search in the forum for messages from this guy: Tim Detroit, Michigan And als0 search on "Giant Talk" One message from 2012 listed these frequencies as being
(9)Meanwhile back in the non-alternate reality portion of the universe - I've compiled info on some actual LF and VLF transmitting antennas at
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