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Carl F. Pajak

Anyone Looking At VLF?

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Hello Carl

I do not even know what to answer to this question.
I'm not familiar with this range of waves for several reasons:
1. In Russia it is not allowed for HAM radio (maybe for now, but we do not even have 60, 6 and 4 meter ranges for HAM)
2. Antennas for this range are gigantic in size, due to the wavelengths.

Best Regards
73! Alexander R2FBT

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Without getting into a lot of detail (Google Natural VLF), I use the earth/Ionosphere wave guide to monitor the solar wind/x-ray emissions from the sun and its interactions with the earth. Anything with a ground current potential (ie. clouds/electrical grids/earthquakes etc..) can be effected.

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Hello Carl

Yes, I just was not aware, this is not a HAM radio.
I read about it, quite interesting.
What is your receiver, what are you listening to, and which antenna?

Best Regards
73! Alexander R2FBT

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Hi all,

I am also active in that area for a couple of years.  My Ham radio callsign is LX1KM.

I have developed a shematic based on Gregory Hodowanec experiences (rhysmonic cosmology).

Currently observing special cosmic radiations on a daily basis that I am sometimes able to correlate with particular solar activities,

but not always.  Still trying to understand what I see! :)

I am sharing this briefly without much comments as I have not enough time, on a blog dedicated to this activity: cosmosradio.home.blog

The circuit I am using has been simplified and I just assembled my first PCB board.  The idea is to have this one replicated and running elsewhere on this Planet.

That's why I let it print 10 times and have all the necessary components.  If somebody is interested in participating to this journey and share results, feel free to post me a message.

Best 73s

Michel

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Hi...it should still appear as a tiny weak signal, with it looking like a vertical line on the spectrogram that's slightly brighter than the surroundings. But I see nothing at all. Did they recently turn off /decommission the WWVB transmitter?

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