Re: Next potentially dumb question guys....................
> Ok, so we are all sat there listening to those squeeks n pops nA lot of what you hear on vlf will be made by intelligence -
> whistlers etc........................How do we tell if ones made by
especially from the AC power grid, switching power supplies, light
dimmers etc. I haven't heard anyone seriously proposing to monitor
for extra-terrestrial intelligence in the vlf region since any vlf
signal would have to travel great distances and therefore be extremely
weak, and vlf is the noisiest neighborhood in the radio spectrum!
Generally SETI researchers look in the GHz range for extraterrestrial
Very curious to hear your 10 meter/CB band noise. I've had other
friends report something similar but never heard it myself.
73 Warren K2ORS/WD2XGJ
> If you DO find one, how do you check if its "man" made or LGM's?
> I also would like to record a certain noise form my CB/Ham radio the
> next time the event happens and some how play it to one of you so
> you can maybe tell me what it is. I can describe the noise in a way
> There was a Sci-Fi film a good few years ago called "Quatermas and
> the pit", if any of you have the film or know it, then the noise
> made by the Martian space craft is pretty close to the noise one
> channel 11 (27.70125 FM). it can persist for hours, warbbling up
> and down or holding steady for maybe an hour at a time. If I hear
> it again I will record it coz it really makes me go "HUH!!" When I
> hear it.
> Oh yeah, it only happens in summer when the D layer and or the
> sporadic E layers are active.