Access to digitized data
#1
Maybe a stupid question, but is there a way to access the raw digitized data? The analog data can be accessed via the optional SMA connectors, but what about the digital signal? I am looking for an easy way to check the spectrum for noise sources.
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#2
(2017-05-16, 12:11)pasense Wrote: Maybe a stupid question, but is there a way to access the raw digitized data? The analog data can be accessed via the optional SMA connectors, but what about the digital signal? I am looking for an easy way to check the spectrum for noise sources.
Not a stupid question!
You can view signal FFT on your Operator's page at Blitzortung.org, or on Lightningmaps.org...
Many of use that to initially begin a disturber track...

What's your station number and location?


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                   TwinHollies WeatherCenter  Frankfort KY, USA
  Americas Operators at Sferics.us
        Stations: 689, 1439
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Board was just soldered on Saturday and I am still trying to learn how to operate it. Station 1836, currently in Germany, but to be moved to Cabary islands in late June. Only the E-field antenna is any good so far, ignore the H field. The station is producing mostly noise signals.
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