January 1968 | Technical Memorandum ERL TM ITS 132

Observations of the multiple frequency omega transmissions

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F. Kenneth Steele and A. H. Diede

Abstract: Observations of 9.2, 11. 2, 12.2, 13.6, 15.2, and 17.2 kHz Omega signals radiated from Forestport, New York, and from Haiku, Hawaii, as received at Boulder, Colo., and at Anchorage, Alaska, are presented. Phase and amplitude data collected at these frequencies are discussed briefly in connection with diurnal and sunrise variations. Comparisons are made between theoretical and experimentally deduced differences in wavelengths, attenuation rates, and transmission losses.

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