The “baap beep” sound is rather like that of the sirens on emergency service
vehicles in my part of France.
Concerning listening in stereo, I used to have a Stereocode processor which
took ordinary audio from an HF receiver and produced a pseudo-stereophonic
signal (one side higher frequency audio, the other side lower). At the time
there were two weather stations on 160 m – one German one Dutch I think. They
were very close together but with the processor I could separate them very
73 John F5VLF
> On 24 Feb 2017, at 18:30, Laurence KL7 L <[email protected]>
> From: Laurence KL7 L <[email protected]>
> Sent: Friday, February 24, 2017 8:28 AM
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: HAARP transmision on 23rd Feb 033z ish
> Been asked to share the link to the 3.3 and 2.8MHz HAARP Luxembourg effect
> tests from Gakona Alaska facility. This was just one of a series of
> experiment's carried out over a number of days.
> This was a run thru twice of alternate tones, dual tones on/off, dual tones
> continuous, HAARP music, guitar play. I think tx power was about 3MW on each
> tx, then antennae gain !
> If you get a chance Listen to it in stereo - one ear is on on 3.3 and other
> on 2.8MHz - listen especially during alternate tone sequence, you should be
> able to hear the other tx audio about 10-20dB down and muffled and changing
> amplitude., also phasing as the co channel level changes This is audible on
> both 3.3 and 2.8MHz here. I switched on off rx in sequence in the second
> test to confirm no audio mixing going on here on this end...
> The test music has a Morse message! Best played on a large stereo with the
> volume way up - love the phasing and reminds me of the old AM clear channel
> 2 x ts850s and NVIS "array" here, creative and audiocity audio.
> Chris KL3WX was the op at HAARP and can be followed [email protected]
> 73 Laurence KL7L
> ps its getting lighter every day and dcf39/hga22 getting weaker - till next
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