Robb Urie wrote:
> Navaid "TV" is a high powered NDB located near your location. The official
> designation is an LOM which is a combined NDB and ILS outer marker, hence
> the two letter morse code ID verses a nornal 3 letter for a stand alone NDB.
> The NDB operates on 365 kHz at 300 watts, most likely into a small top hat
> antenna or small mono pole. The outer marker operates on 75 MHz and keys a
> 400 Hz tone without identification. Both are likely monitored at the air
> traffic control tower, but depending on the model, the monitor may be a
> simple RF level indicator. Generally any pilot reports of a missing signal
> or ID issues will be relayed to the servicing FAA maintenance shop. Unless
> there is an instance of some type of RF rectification occuring with the NDB
> antenna or supporting structure, I would look somewhere else.
> You can find the information for this site at www.airnav.com and enter the
> ID when prompted. This will give you the Lat/Long and other data that my
> help. If you
> determine that the problem is coming from that site, drop me a email and I
> will contact the FAA SSC that maintains it.
> Good luck
> Robb NØRU
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