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System Red abzugeben
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What others are doing (un...
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Another lightning article...
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My E-field antenna setup
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  System Red abzugeben
Posted by: iktribegr63 - Yesterday, 10:08 - Forum: Non-English - No Replies

Hallo,

ich hätte ein komplettes System RED abzugeben:
PCB 10.3 / 12.3 komplett bestückt und funktionsfähig aufgebaut
inkl. 2 elektr. geschirmter Ferritantennen, GPS-Antenne und Netzteil.

Bei Interesse, bitte PN an mich.

Viele Grüße.

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  How are lightning strikes detected so that they can be displayed on maps online?
Posted by: kibolbugs43 - Yesterday, 10:01 - Forum: Hardware, Software, Lightning Physics - Replies (1)

I've seen the UK Met Office display maps showing lightning strikes, and I sometimes use blitzortung.org when there's a thunderstorm nearby. How are the lightning strikes so accurately displayed? It looks like they're tracked by stations around the country, but how do these stations detect lightning strikes, sometimes many many miles away?

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  What others are doing (universities)
Posted by: Dale.Reid - 2020-11-15, 13:05 - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

http://lightning.nmt.edu/nmt_lms/

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  Another lightning article, 3D mapping at Washington, D.C., USA
Posted by: Dale.Reid - 2020-11-15, 12:56 - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

https://www.washingtonpost.com/weather/2...pped-it-d/

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  Lightning SuperBolts news article
Posted by: Dale.Reid - 2020-11-15, 12:33 - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

https://www.washingtonpost.com/weather/2...ts-wrapper

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Lightbulb System RED for Sale - Nov 2020
Posted by: africaone - 2020-10-31, 18:31 - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

Node 1445 has been operating for a number of years. I am looking for a new home for it.

Complete self assembled system with ferrite core antennas, central unit, remote amplifier and GPS receiver. Looking for €300 (or nearest offers) + shipping (posting worldwide by National Postal Service or courier DHl, Fedex or UPS available) at buyers costs. The system is available immediately and can be posted within a day or two of receiving payment.

Further details here:
http://www.nyassa.mw/posts/items-for-sal...g-node-red

Please send me a message if interested or reply to the thread. Photos of the system below.
[Image: Blitzortung-18.jpg][Image: Blitzortung-01.jpg][Image: Blitzortung-02.jpg][Image: Blitzortung-03.jpg][Image: Blitzortung-06.jpg][Image: Blitzortung-07.jpg][Image: Blitzortung-11.jpg][Image: Blitzortung-12.jpg][Image: Blitzortung-14.jpg][Image: Blitzortung-15.jpg]

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  blue ferrite / loop antenna connection?
Posted by: MTO-Mareuil - 2020-10-20, 08:22 - Forum: Hardware, Software, Lightning Physics - Replies (1)

Hi,
can you tell me what is the best connection on the blue preamp between loop antenna or ferrite antenna? it has 3 inputs per antenna E1-E2-GND

Ferrite = E1-E2 and GND what is the correct connection?

Loop E1- E2 -?
Loop E1- GND -?
Loop E2- GND -?
(after soldering the bridge under the pcb)

Thank you for bringing me some details.

kind regards

Patrick Smile

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  Moved Posts - Unable to read them
Posted by: mendip_defender - 2020-10-14, 17:54 - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (3)

I have tried to look at a few posts that have been moved and I can't seem to view them. It seems to suggest I don't have the permissions. One for the IT team to look at.

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  Station 2828 Running
Posted by: mendip_defender - 2020-10-11, 18:24 - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

Well I build mine the other weekend and have had it running for a bit now. Could do with some advice on how to interpret the data I am getting so that I can improve on my results.

Not get a lot of contacts so far but I haven't mounted anything in a final location. 

I am looking to design a build a holder for the Ferrite rods, I have 3 of them and was wondering is it best to lay them in a triangle as seen on some of the manual shots or mount them at 90 and the 3rd at 90 vertically? I have a laser cutter and plan to use that to cut out the brackets but before I design them has anyone else already done designs.

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  My E-field antenna setup
Posted by: TomVal - 2020-10-11, 07:06 - Forum: Hardware, Software, Lightning Physics - Replies (4)

            Hi, got my E-field antenna setup yesterday.

I clear coted the circuit board with a couple of clear varnish for extra protection against the elements. I protected the connectors with masking tape during the spaying.
The antenna is attached to a antenna pole on a steep high ground close my house.

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