new to this project and love it! wanna help!
#1
Hi.

  I  am an Electrical Engineer that has been building TDOA
systems for about the last 20 years. I have always wanted
to build a  lightning geo location system, but it looks like
I have been beaten to the punch.

   My question is, where can I buy the parts for this setup ?
Is there a kit available? I cant seem to find a GIT hub for the
software / boards etc..

   I have pick and place machinery available to me, so if there
is interest in a group build, I would be happy to help.

   Thanks!!
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#2
Similar question asked earlier, with the answer. Smile
https://forum.blitzortung.org/showthread...3#pid22773
Regards,
Mike W.
Stations: 1977, 2294
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#3
Yeah, that's sort of my point -- "If you want to get informed when new hardware is available or if you think your site is very special"
I want to help make the hardware - that's what I am good at. I dont want to wait for someone else to do it for me... I figure the
more nodes, the better, as geometry is usually the dominating factor when it comes to geolocation.
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#4
The point is that the hardware should be identical for all participants so that the data and its timing are also trustworthy.
Stations: 92, 1563
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(2020-08-13, 22:58)louloulou Wrote: Yeah, that's sort of my point -- "If you want to get informed when new hardware is available or if you think your site is very special"
I want to help make the hardware - that's what I am good at. I dont want to wait for someone else to do it for me... I figure the
more nodes, the better, as geometry is usually the dominating factor when it comes to geolocation.
It’s also a case of the server availability, allowing unrestricted numbers of stations would require a massive increase in server capability, by controlling the hardware both quality and data levels can be managed, I don’t think there’s much likelihood of anyone else being encouraged to build clone hardware.
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