Would a station in northern England be any use?
(2015-09-03, 10:53)G3WGV Wrote: As a further thought, do high powered VLF transmissions affect this system in any deleterious fashion?

VLF transmitters are a problem, but:
- magnetic antennas are directional, you can align them to supress one direction
- VLF transmitters have a very narrow spectrum. If it comes to spectral energy density, lightning strikes are on a broadband receiver much more powerful. So you may just need to reduce your gain and you can still detect strikes
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RE: Would a station in northern England be any use? - by Steph - 2015-09-03, 11:17

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