Stations
Sea and air LF communication and navigation stations

Low Frequency Communication and Navigation Stations

Most of these stations can be received by the Salt Lake City receiver at night during winter months when the lightning-strike static level is low. (Note: The Salt Lake City receiver has been moved to Newport, Oregon. This page has been retained for the benefit of Salt Lake City area visitors.)


LF Communication & Navigation Stations
Freq. Call Power Distance
from SLC
Description
37.5 kHz NRK 100 KW 3390 Miles A U.S. Navy communication station located at Keflavik, Iceland. Usually can be received at night during the winter.
40.8 kHz NAU 100 KW 3080 Miles A U.S. Navy communication station located at Aquada, Puerto Rico. Usually can be received at night during the winter.
60 kHz WWVB 50 kW ERP 358 Miles Not a communication or navigation station. See Time & Frequency Standard Station WWVB
100 kHz None Baudette, MN 800 KW
Fallon, NV 400 KW
George, WA 1400 KW
Gillette, WY 540 KW
Havre, MT 400 KW
Middletown, CA 400 KW
Searchlight, NV 540 KW
Williams Lake, BC 400 KW
(also many other more-distant stations)
999 Miles
381 Miles
583 Miles
401 Miles
538 Miles
594 Miles
410 Miles
906 Miles
 
 
A chain of Loran-C radio navigation stations transmitting pulse-coded signals on the same frequency. Provides navigation location and timing services for air, land and marine users. The Loran-C system serves the 48 continental states, their coastal areas, and parts of Alaska.
200 kHz UAB Unknown 1028 Miles MCW Non-Directional Navigation Beacon (NDB), Anahim Lake, British Columbia, Canada. Often receivable at night.
223.1 kHz YKA Unknown 806 Miles MCW Non-Directional Navigation Beacon (NDB), Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Often receivable at night.
236.1 kHz YZA Unknown 831 Miles MCW Non-Directional Navigation Beacon (NDB), Ashcroft, British Columbia, Canada. Often receivable at night.
280 kHz GVV Unknown 412 Miles MCW Non-Directional Airport Beacon (NDB), Grangeville, Idaho. Receivable at night.
290 kHz

AOP

100 Watts 144 Miles MCW Non-Directional Aircraft Beacon (NDB), Rock Springs, Wyoming. Interference at night.
294 kHz BMC 25 Watts 42 Miles MCW Non-Directional Aircraft Beacon (NDB), Brigham City, Utah. (Near line-of-site.)
303 kHz

N/A

10 Kw 108 Miles USCG Differential Global Positional System Running 10KW Transmitter located at Myton, Utah. Transmission Rate: 100 BPS
344 kHZ FCH 400 Watts 521 Miles MCW Non-Directional Airport Beacon (NDB), Fresno-Chandler, California. Receivable at night.
344 kHZ XX 1600 Watts 769 Miles MCW Non-Directional Navigation Beacon (NDB), southwest of Abbotsford Airport, about 40 miles east of Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Receivable at night.
350 kHz NY Unknown 759 Miles MCW Non-Directional Navigation Beacon (NDB), Enderby, British Columbia, Canada. Use USB Mode or tune to 352 kHz to reduce interference.
360 kHz BO 400 Watts 289 Miles MCW Non-Directional Airport "USTIK" Beacon (NDB), Boise, Idaho. Receivable at night.
368 kHz SIR 100 Watts 253 Miles MCW Non-Directional Airport Beacon (NDB), Sinclare, Wyoming. Use LSB Mode to reduce interference.
371 kHz TVY 25 Watts 37 Miles MCW Non-Directional Aircraft Beacon (NDB), North West Mountain, Tooele County, Utah. Line-of-sight
400.1 kHz QQ Unknown 878 Miles MCW Non-Directional Navigation Beacon, Comox, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Often receivable at night.
404 kHz MOG 100 Watts 561 Miles MCW Non-Directional Airport Beacon, Montague (NDB), California. Often receivable at night. Use USB Mode to reduce interference.
408 kHz MW 25 Watts 571 Miles MCW Non-Directional Airport Beacon (NDB), Moses Lake, Washington. Often receivable at night.
411 kHz RD 400 Watts 529 Miles Bodey MCW Non-Directional Airport Beacon (NDB), Redmond, Oregon. Often receivable at night.
414 kHz LYI 100 Watts 551 Miles MCW Non-Directional Aircraft Beacon (NDB), Libby, Montana. Often receivable at night.

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