9774Re: HAARP transmit times?
- Feb 1, 2008COOL BEANS!!!
I'll check 'er out.
Thanks - WEELS ( Northern NY)
--- In email@example.com, "kallio_mn" <kallio_mn@...> wrote:
> One of the pieces of equipment at the HARRP site is a Spectrum Analyzer
> that displays the amount of energy it received in a band from 1 to 30
> MHz for the last 36 hours.
> (http://maestro.haarp.alaska.edu/data/spectrum2/www/hf.html) This type
> of chart is called a WaterFall chart. The vertical axis is Frequency,
> the horizontal access is time and the signal intensity is color coded.
> Since discovering this page, I have visited frequently to check on the
> general propagation conditions. Today I noticed something interesting.
> For the first time, there is a very strong (yellow) signal in the 3 MHZ
> range, followed by similar signals in the middle 6 MHz range, high 9 MHz
> range, high 12 MHz range, continuing upward in a harmonic progression.
> As described in their website, this is an automated system. It just
> records data and publishes html pages without much human intervention.
> And, when HAARP is active, it should also record the energy at the HAARP
> main frequency, and if there are any non linearities about, some
> harmonic energy as well - which is pretty much what we see.
> Therefore, one should be able to monitor this link and can determine
> when the HAARP transmitter was operational. Since the time scale is
> UTC , you can simply ajust the time to your local time zone.
> (Anchorage is UTC - 9 and Minnesota is UTC -6. ) Now that you have
> the time, you can correlate the times you hear the Hum with the actual
> times that HAARP is active!
> If you hear the Hum when HAARP is not transmitting, then HAARP can not
> be the source.
> Minneapolis, Minnesota
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