Could This Technology Be Adapted To Real Time Meteor Detection?
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A thought Tobi... I've wondered whether SID was inherent within the system... that what is sometimes considered a strange error in location, especially those "lightning located but no storm" signals, were due to flares, CME's (Space Weather) or other ionosphere disturbances.... even military exercises deploying 'chaff' at high altitudes.... especially as they can effect GPS signals

Another reason for 'ground wave', shorter range reception... less skywave components...

And down the road, any 'public' SID interpolation might prove valuable to communications and the airline industries.

But that's where a sick mind goes... Big Grin

Cutty.... (Have to remember "Mike" often translates as "Air Vibration To Analog Voltage Converter")


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RE: Could This Technology Be Adapted To Real Time Meteor Detection? - by cutty - 2014-08-13, 12:40

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