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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
1:22 PM
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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 A thorough listing, a monumental collection of detailed info, but unfortunately now very out of date.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
12:47 PM
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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
12:42 PM
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24870

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
11:48 AM
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Glen MacPherson
11:33 AM
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24868

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

ask GOOGLE for "VLF transmitters list" and "vlf transmitters worldwide" On Tue, Feb 9, 2016 at 12:29 AM, Glen MacPherson tofinosurfer@... ... [Non-text
Claudio Pozzi
10:01 AM
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24867

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

Hi, ... It's still "VTX" at 8°23'N 77°45'E . There's a new transmitting site ~1.5 km SW from the old one. ... Which? Peter, 54N 10E
Peter
9:49 AM
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24866

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

You may already know about these, but thought I’d send anyway http://www.vlf.it/trond2/list.html and http://www.mwlist.org/vlf.php Cheers, Joe From:
Schober, Joseph
8:28 AM
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24865

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

Thank you for that. That helps. The Indian Navy went live with their new big transmitter in Tamil Nadu a while back
Glen MacPherson
7:54 AM
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24864

Re: VLF transmitters, frequencies, and power

Perhaps not being too helpful, I note a couple of coincidences. One possible cause of the "Hum" is/was ELF transmissions. In the UK, Hansard provides a
Clive S Carver
7:46 AM
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24863

Re: VLF, LF waves transmitted from cold weather fronts...

To combat em wave getting into your body can I suggest a Faraday cage. Mike German Sent from my iPhone
Mike German
7:19 AM
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24862

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

The best and most up to date list is maintained by Lionel Loudet, here http://sidstation.loudet.org/stations-list-en.xhtml Not all stations are listed but all
Paul
11:32 PM
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24861

Re: VLF, LF waves transmitted from cold weather fronts...

Well, all of that is true about the validation of the theory. All I know is what I experience and almost any significant cold front, 24-48 hours causes me to
Paul Schuster
7:47 PM
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Re: VLF, LF waves transmitted from cold weather fronts...

After an, albeit, quick read of the article I find the science a bit shakey. It looks like a case of medical experts moving outside the area of expertise using
Alan Melia
6:00 PM
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24859

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

... This would seem to be the right place, but discussion usually centers around "I heard this at xxx frequency; what is it?" Google will come up with a bunch
Gary Woods
4:33 PM
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