|Subject:||ULF: 11.6 µHz transmission|
|From:||Markus Vester <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Sun, 1 Apr 2012 02:28:26 -0400 (EDT)|
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in a joint project including a number of radio amateurs, our group is working on a large experimental earth-antenna system, which is able to radiate an ultra-low frequency signal at low power.
We are currently transmitting an unmodulated test carrier on 11.60576 µHz, and (according to our measurements) are achieving a radiated power of 16 microwatts. Frequency stability is on the order of 1e-8, which should enable narrow bandwidth observations with high sensitivity.
The transmission has been on air for a while. Any reception reports (especially of far-field detections) would be much appreciated.
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