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Re: Compilation using OpenWRT Toolchain

Would it be possible to build on a RPi and copy over? I don't have an RPi, but I have access to one. I'll try to get access to one this week. [Non-text
mr_integrity20
2:36 PM
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24882

Re: LIGO gravitational wave detection

... things. While truly new scientific discoveries today require resources that are beyond the scope of most amateurs, observation is not. We can do that. My
Tom Becker
1:39 PM
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24881

Re: LIGO gravitational wave detection

That's great. It's nice that amateur enthusiasts can take a small part in these things. And there's no reason why not. If the data is good quality, recorded
Paul
12:40 PM
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24880

Re: LIGO gravitational wave detection

Hi, the same has happened in www.vlf.it, the VLF Openlab network Observatores and OPERA project. We too have provided LIGO spectrograms of various receptions
reromeroit
Feb 12
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24879

LIGO gravitational wave detection

Referring to yesterday's announcement from LIGO https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_wave_observation I'm pleased to report that our VLF receivers
Paul
Feb 12
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24878

Re: VLF transmitters, frequencies, and power

Funny, when I call the link, my access is denied! Jean-Claude, HB3YDH Am 10.02.2016 um 01:03 schrieb 'David L. Wilson' dwilson314@... ... [Non-text
casy_ch@...
Feb 9
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24877

Re: VLF Transmitters: Location, Frequency, and Power (2nd try)

Oops he did have the Alpha frequencies down at the bottom below the main list. ... Korea's ... is ... reply.
David L. Wilson
Feb 9
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24876

Re: VLF Transmitters: Location, Frequency, and Power (2nd try)

He left out Negev Israel on 22.35, 26.0, and 29.7 (alternates). South Korea's second frequency 24.1 and China on 20.5 and are also ITU registered.. All have
David L. Wilson
Feb 9
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24875

Re: VLF transmitters, frequencies, and power

... reputed ... That list has some errors. For example, 17.9 should be 17.8 and "Channel One" identifies the broadcast not the frequency channel and as such
David L. Wilson
Feb 9
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24874

Re: VLF Transmitters: Location, Frequency, and Power (2nd try)

That is VTX in the list. Not totally a new facility. -- David L. Wilson
David L. Wilson
Feb 9
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24873

Re: VLF transmitters, frequencies, and power

Hi Glen North West Cape, Australia, has a VLF transmitter on 19.8 KHz with a reputed output of 1Mw. Here is a list of VLF station giving frequencies but I have
Bob
Feb 9
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24872

Re: VLF Transmitters: Location, Frequency, and Power (2nd try)

... A thorough listing, a monumental collection of detailed info, but unfortunately now very out of date. -- Paul Nicholson --
Paul
Feb 9
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24871

Re: VLF Transmitters: Location, Frequency, and Power (2nd try)

... No, they're no use for SID monitoring which is the purpose of that listing. They pop up for 10 minutes or so, often around 17.8 kHz, then vanish.
Paul
Feb 9
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Re: VLF Transmitters: Location, Frequency, and Power (2nd try)

http://www.vlf.it/trond2/list.html On Tue, Feb 9, 2016 at 1:01 PM, Claudio Pozzi ik2pii@... [VLF_Group] < ... [Non-text portions of this message have
Scott Shoemaker
Feb 9
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Glen MacPherson
Feb 9
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