eLoran timing and data signals from the U.K.

News was received from Taviga (a new collaboration derived from Timing and Navigation) on 7 January that low frequency eLoran transmissions from Anthorn in Cumbria (UK) will continue despite the switch off of the legacy Loran-C transmissions by the French, Norwegian, Danish, and German transmitters. Signals from the Russian Loran-C equivalent – Chayka – are still available, it is understood.

All European Loran-C stations except Anthorn ceased at 1100 on 31 December 2015.

Taviga’s press release of 7 January 2016 is available here.