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    03/06/2014 | Hams’ Experimental VLF Signals Heard in the UK, Europe

    Hams experimenting on very low frequencies have been heard across the Atlantic.
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    02/15/2012 | ARRL 500 kHz Experimental Group Sparked Interest in MF Operation

    In September 2006, the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology granted a Part 5 experimental license -- WD2XSH -- to the ARRL on behalf of a group of radio amateurs who were interested in investigating spectrum in the vicinity of 500 kHz. Called the AR
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    07/06/2010 | ARRL’s 500 kHz Experiment Shows Small Growth

    In the quarterly report for the ARRL’s 500 kHz Experimental Station for the period ending May 2010 (see link to PDF below), Experiment Coordinator Fritz Raab, W1FR, reported that since the experiment began in late 2006, 20 of the 32 participating stations
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    05/05/2010 | New Beacon On the Air

    In January, Brian Justin, WA1ZMS, of Forest, Virginia, filed an application with the FCC for an experimental license to operate a propagation beacon on 70.005 MHz. It was approves, and on Monday May 3, a 70 MHz beacon -- WE9XFT -- went live at 1200 UTC...
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  • 500 kHz Quarterly Report

    03/23/2010 | 500 kHz Experimentation Grows in US, World

    In the 500 kHz Experiment quarterly report for the period ending February 2010, Experiment Coordinator Fritz Raab, W1FR, reported that since the experiment began in late 2006, 19 of the 31 participating stations are currently active.
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    07/31/2009 | FCC Expands ARRL's 500 kHz Experimental License

    On July 28, the FCC approved a modification that expands the ARRL's 500 kHz experimental license WD2XSH. According to Experiment Coordinator Fritz Raab, W1FR, the expansion allows for more frequencies, more stations and portable operations.
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    07/08/2009 | 500 kHz Experimenters in North America, Europe Get Active

    In the 500 kHz Experiment quarterly report for the period ending May 2009, Experiment Coordinator Fritz Raab, W1FR, reported that since the experiment began in late 2006, 21 participating stations are currently active. The FCC's Office of Engineering and
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    01/13/2009 | ARRL 500 kHz Experiment Shows Increased Activity

    In the 500 kHz Experiment quarterly report for the period ending November 2008, Experiment Coordinator Fritz Raab, W1FR, reported that 21 participating stations are currently active since the experiment began in late 2006. The FCC's Office of Engineering
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