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Re: Lighting Radar long range

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  • petros0022
    Hello Mark You are correct the geolings is very darkness ,but i hope to fix it better in a next days .Very nice your sferic monitor . This days i start to
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 23, 2008
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      Hello Mark
      You are correct the geolings is very darkness ,but i hope to fix it
      better in a next days .Very nice your sferic monitor .
      This days i start to runing ,and yet i do not know about 100 % it
      I use now external USB sound card
      Creative ,http://i42.servimg.com/u/f42/11/22/64/62/soundc10.jpg

      i try to put and pci card but it not work well .

      CPU i observe it use about 30 %

      Thank you for this informations for your experience about it .

      Best regards from Greece

      --- In wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com, "Mark Wyman" <mark@...>
      > Hi Dimitris,
      > Your Geolinks are not coming through. That darned site
      it a real
      > pain in the neck for sharing things like this.
      > I take it you are using the sound card. I gave up on this as it
      brought my
      > system to its knees, and that is saying something. When running,
      how much
      > CPU resources is it using?
      > When I tried to implement the same system, (what I
      based my
      > ideas on) I simply didn't like the implementation very much, but
      the concept
      > is really cool. Here is my system, though it is on hold in
      development since
      > I have some paying contract work come in. I really need to finish
      > http://www.markwyman.com/projects/sfericMonitor.asp
      > Similar distances (maybe a little more), and I have contacted
      Frank about
      > implementing this hardware into his software. I just have to make
      it RoHS
      > before sending it overseas.
      > The other problem is antenna size. I am in the midst of developing
      > which are very portable with slightly less sensitivity. My current
      setup is
      > too sensitive, and on days with excellent propagation I receive
      lightning in
      > four quadrants, meaning all the way around the world. Africa is a
      big pain
      > in my butt as it is very hard to discern what direction is valid
      (if not
      > almost impossible without some serious processing). I wanted to be
      able to
      > send this with a storm chaser and they can use it to pinpoint
      activity as
      > they travel, or trigger cameras, and so on (lag is very low if you
      turn on
      > the feature of trigger on start).
      > My system uses a small hardware target powered from the USB, and
      > broadcasts back sferic events. The PC almost has no role to play
      other than
      > presenting the data graphically and pushing it up to a web site
      > periodically.
      > -Mark
      > _____
      > From: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com
      > [mailto:wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
      > Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 12:34 PM
      > To: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [wuhu_software_group] Lighting Radar long range
      > Hello all ,and sorry for my of topic about software .
      > I have make a lighting radar long range 2000-3000 over the land
      > more over the see .
      > Here is my equipment
      > http://www.geocitie
      > s.com/peristerimeteo/lightingradar
      > And here the Lighting Radar data
      > http://www.geocitie
      > s.com/peristerimeteo/radardata.html
      > It want little better calibration ,but i hope day by day it will
      > better .
      > The original consept and design is from Frank Kooiman .
      > http://members. <http://members.home.nl/fkooiman/lightning/>
      > home.nl/fkooiman/lightning/
      > The design of the electronic circuit is from Daniel .
      > http://tinyurl. <http://tinyurl.com/5lry6k> com/5lry6k
      > Best regards from Greece
      > Dimitris
      > http://www.geocitie <http://www.geocities.com/meteo19671967>
      > s.com/meteo19671967
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