doesn't the E layer absorb it?
In the daytime, the lower D-layer becomes
conductive enough to intercept and reflect (rather than absorb) LF. The
reflectivity may be further enhanced by increased irradiation
during solar x-ray outbursts:
Sent: Sunday, March 08, 2015 2:49 AM
Subject: Re: AW: AW: LF: LF 137777 vo1na 06-03-15
Hi Roelof and Joe,
been watching your grabbers. Very entertaining!
Just captured DF6NM now back
to TX again (0150 UTC).
Thanks for the feedback. The mid day copy is
Why doesn't the E layer absorb