PDF The World'S Largest "Radio" Station

There’s a lot of history if you dig in, I had stumbled upon the one in MI, looked it up to find out what it was, “was” is interesting, “is” not so much, the world has gone to pot, its now owned by a marijuana grow

https://ss.sites.mtu.edu/mhugl/2015/10/10/elf-sta-republic-mi/

The originally proposed system would have covered… two fifths of the state of Wisconsin

if this can be done with only 2 watts…

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At 2watts the IR loss would be very high and the effective radiated output would be decreased by the ir drop of the wire. The wave length of an ELF signal would be C/F: where C= speed of light, and F= radiated frequency.

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Very interesting stuff indeed. Here is some more…

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:thinking: no idea what you tried to convey :grin:

There’s a number of oddities I’ve found up here, can locate on a map, and have no idea wtf

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ELF freq of 1.5 Hz would have a wave length of 186,000/1.5 or 124,000ft, or 23.5 miles. So a halfwave antenna would be 12.75 miles long. An ELF of 0.5 hz would be 279,000 ft, or about 53 miles long with a halfwave antenna of about 26.5 miles.

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