(meteorobs) Frequencies no go.
ANDROMED at Dal.Ca
Wed Sep 11 14:45:07 EDT 2013
> you using horizontal or vertical polarization at your dipole?
I am using horizontal. Whe I go back to mt 83.24 I hear meteors, it must be
my location here in Halifax that I am not getting other stations that
may still transmit analogue, ie: Ch. 2 & 4. but Ch.6 still somewere. I use
to monitor 67.24Mhz but cannot hear anything more so went back to 83.24.
This is my main setup data:
Observer: Michael Boschat
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Lat: N 44d 39'
Long: W 63d 36'
Hgt: 58 meters above sea level
Listening Frequency: 83.24 MHz
Receiver: Icom R-10
Antenna : resonant dipole
Antenna Direction: Horizontally polarized with lobes in E-W plane,
elev 0 deg
Filter : high-Q (Q at least 300) bandpass filter between antenna &
Listening Mode: CW
Recording method: listening by ear
Halifax Center - Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
Astronomy page: http://www.chebucto.ns.ca/~aa063
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