Limbo Lower: Listening in the CW Basement (Part4)

DXing the NDBsIf a listener along the East Coast is lucky enough, perhaps some of the long-wave AM broadcasts from Europe and Africa can be heard just after sunset. Similarly, perhaps listeners on the West Coast can pick up AM long-wave broadcasts ...

Limbo Lower: Listening in the CW Basement (Part3)

What You Be HearingSome items to note when listening for NDBs:Sometimes there is a effect.” This occurs when radio waves are reflected back to the ground from the ionosphere and interfere with the ground waves. This typically occurs between ...

Limbo Lower: Listening in the CW Basement (Part2)

Because NDBs are long-wave signals, they have the advantage that they follow the curvature of the earth for long distances. They are ground wave signals as opposed to sky wave signals.This allows the signal to be received at much greater distances ...
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