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WWV 2.5 Mhz:
NIST radio station WWV broadcasts time and frequency information 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to millions of listeners worldwide. WWV is located in Fort Collins, Colorado, about 100 kilometers north of Denver. The broadcast information includes time announcements, standard time intervals, standard frequencies, UT1 time corrections, a BCD time code, geophysical alerts, marine storm warnings, and Global Positioning System (GPS) status reports.
WWV operates in the high frequency (HF) portion of the radio spectrum. The station radiates 10,000 W on 5, 10, and 15 MHz; and 2500 W on 2.5 and 20 MHz. Each frequency is broadcast from a separate transmitter. Although each frequency carries the same information, multiple frequencies are used because the quality of HF reception depends on many factors such as location, time of year, time of day, the frequency being used, and atmospheric and ionospheric propagation conditions. The variety of frequencies makes it likely that at least one frequency will be usable at all times.
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|UP DN||Frequency||Callsign/Station||Short Info||Location||Randomize|
|2.500.000||WWV||Power: 2.5||Ft. Collins, CO, United States||[WWV 2.5 Mhz] [mapper] [stumbler]|
|WWV located in Ft. Collins, CO, United States operating on 2500 Khz.|
|2.500.000||WWVH||Power: 5||Kekaha, HI, United States||[WWV 2.5 Mhz] [mapper] [stumbler]|
|WWVH located in Kekaha, HI, United States operating on 2500 Khz.|
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