The design and design data for broadband loop antenna systems are presented. An investigation of some simple systems for possible Loran C receivers which require a bandwidth of greater than 20 KHz is discussed. Designs are presented for a 60 KHz WWVB antenna, several Loran C variations, and some 1750 meter band antennas. Signals received on all these, including one airborne experiment where a Loran C receiver gave the correct time difference reading within 1 microsecond while flying on a straightline course are examined. The phase reversal in the Loran C when the direction of travel changes 180 degrees is discussed and possible corrections are studied.