Yes Paul, I think you're right about the storm passing over a conjugate
point. Anyway, activity ceased now, at least at my location. Had some
really nice and strong ones, but didn't managed to record them... :(
This is what bugs me now: I can't get the triggered audio recorder to work
(in SpecLab). I'm using those programmable buttons on the left side of the
waterfall. I use two buttons, one for start with command: rec.trigger=1 and
other for stopping with rec.trigger=0. SpecLab does indeed what it is told
by those commands but the wav files I get are zero bytes in length. I can't
find what's wrong and clearly I'm not doing something right.
Does anyone have any ideas what's wrong or maybe some alternative way of
doing triggered recording by manually triggering the recorder? I'm also
using 5 second pre trigger and 5 seconds of post triggering. No decimation.
Sample rate is 96kHz ( so the bandwidth is 48kHz). I'm trying to record the
filtered output so that the whistlers (which are now gone :P) are more
clear and the audio less harsh to listen.
On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 9:44 PM, Paul <paul@...> wrote:
> Sead wrote:
> > Last night I was too quick in saying they are weak,
> > later, after about hour or a bit more activity got
> > stronger ...
> Yes they were mostly weak, most of the night.
> Except around midnight UT, until 01:30 or so, they became
> strong for a while. The source storm must have moved through
> a favourable spot.
> Paul Nicholson
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