Congratulations on your experiments Alex.
What I can say regarding getting a shock from the antenna is that when
I had my 160M dipole, it would spark to the floor tiles and between
the coax plug centre conductor and shell whenever a storm was
It served as a warning because even if the storm was a very long way
off and it was still sunny, it would spark.
Needless to say it sparked with every lightning.
It is the same with the LW antenna.
I usually keep all my antennas disconnected except the VHF - UHF ones
9H1AV, (also used 9H9MHR,9H79AV, 9H9AV)
On 8/1/16, Alex K <[email protected]> wrote:
> Hello ULF/ELF/VLF!
> I bring to your attention the small story about my new experiments ELF/ULF:
> - geomagnetic pulsations were observed
> - 1-way QSO/beacon "AUS" at a frequency of 12,3 Hz at distance of 600 meters
> with earth dipoles.
> - vertical electric sounding of geological layers
> More details on my website:
> or Google english version:
> (I apologize for poor machine translation, sorry)
> 73 de rn3aus/Alex
> Alex RN3AUS