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Subject: Re: Help with telemetry equipment
From: Dennis Wieck dwieck@............
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 20:46:23 -0500
Depends on where you are. I can hear at least four different links from
my house ( NW TN). The CERI network here (Univ of Memphis- New Madrid
fault) feeds on 220 range FM links. These then are multiplexed to the
microwave link and subcarrier on an FR radio station that feeds into
Larry Cochrane wrote:
> There probably aren't any stations you could receive in your area. You
> would need to check with a local University or other agency that would
> run a local seismic network. Most stations are now digital with a
> direct link to a geostationary satellite or point to point microwave
> link, so you can't intercept the signal very easily.
> Larry Cochrane
> Redwood City, PSN
> Jerry Payton wrote:
>> With all this discussion about telemetery data, how would I find out
>> if there is a transmitting station near my location? Is there a URL
>> with the information?
>> Jerry Payton
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