East Coast LW frequencies

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bubahjim

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Hi Group! I am looking for some long-wave frequencies (list) that I can receive on the east coast. Any suggestions?

Thanks a bunch.

73s

Jim
 

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Better get 'em while you can - they're dropping like flies..

and hopefully you're going to use a loop on LW - the single best place to go for LW information is the well known Longwave Club of America (link below)

Longwave Home Page

No doubt somewhere there you'd find plans for such a beast - if you have further antenna questions, post something in our SW Antennas forum (kind of a misnomer, but hey it works...)

Shortwave Antennas - The RadioReference.com Forums

73 Mike
 

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Jim,

When you create your thread please put what your thread will be about in the subject, rather than your name and call. People will ignore you if you don't. I've renamed two threads so far. Thanks.
 

kma371

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Hey Jim you gotta hunt 'em down like we do:) throw her in usb and tune up from the bottom. Here's a neat link for when you actually land on a beacon
RNA > signals
there you can plug in the letters you heard from the morse ID, scroll down to the freq list for the freq you're on, and get an ID. Fun fun fun!

Here's another good link
http://www.dxinfocentre.com/ndb.htm
Those are some good links ridge. I'm gonna use those a bunch.
 
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