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Subject: LF: Eclipse Experiment
From: Warren Ziegler <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2017 18:26:55 -0400
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There will be an experiment during the Aug 21 solar eclipse conducted
using WWVB on 60 KHz and a U.S. Navy transmitter on 55.1 and 135.95kHz
operating from California. This is a'crowd sourced' experiment.

More info:
There's a massive experiment relating to the strength of WWVB and a
transmitter in Dixon California.
This article says Dixon may transmit at 55.1 and 135.95 kHz.

The EclipseMob receiver works with a smart phone acting as an SDR. as well
as the source of it's position and the date-time of observation.

There is a parallel study based on ham radio WSPRNet and Reverse Beacon

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