Collaboration Database

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Denny Condron Hello John from Iowa - USA ! Since I entered the email inquiry to you on the website itself, I do not have a record of what I had sent either unfortunately. as I was not aware of it having limited text requirements. In general, I was commenting positively on the creation of a combined radio and visual detection group of observers which indeed would indeed be a unique effort. In what I was attempting to describe that was observed with radio last Oct. 2020, would have possibly solved what occurred during the recording of a very unusual, I have not seen before or since a meteor return signatures like it after years of meteor monitoring via radio detection methods both using low VHF and 20 and/or 25 MHz WWV time signal carriers. After several years monitoring meteor returns in the State of Iowa using currently the US DTV lower band channels 2 - 6 pilot carriers and time station WWV operating on 25 MHz for signal sources, I have one record of a meteor return that I find is unique in what was displayed when using Argo software for recording it. I bring this subject up because I have never seen a meteor return like it that created such a cyclic, nearly a perfect sine wave display before or since. The duration was not that unusual, but was recorded for ~ 6 minutes implying a large meteor is one characteristic, but the cyclic, sine wave nature of what else it provided I believe is more consequential. It was received using the WWV Colorado transmitter operating on 25 MHz on Oct. 16, 2020.I would like to send it to you to see if you or others may have some insight or suggestions about this very odd meteor return that was recorded on that date. How can I be assured you will receive a copy of the Oct. 16, 2020 Argo .jpg picture of it John ? Is there another email address I can send it direct to you as attachment ? Thank you ! Dennis Condron - K0LGI - Marion, IA. USA
Denny Condron Hello John Although I have been a member of the RadioMeteors Google group in the US A since it became a group, where I read your message about one of your European projects with interest " Mapping Radio Meteor Altitudes for GRAVES ". The particular inte
Nick Ward Hi there, I've been monitoring meteors for a couple of years. I had an article published in Jan 2020 Radio user. I monitor all the time, using a simple method that captures the number of meteor strikes every day, and every night. Out of interest, the daytime count on Jan 29th 21 was the lowest ever? Only one strike ! I don't catch them all, but I can put together a good daily graph of intensity. And easily spot the 'storms'. I would love to join a society to share experiences. I would also like to look into other space radio themes of which I have no experience...
Richard Bassom Hi. I have set up a meteor radar detection system detecting scatter from the GRAVES transmitter. I'm using a Raspberry Pi computer connected to an RTL SDR USB dongle, with a home made YAGI antenna. I'd be interested in knowing more about the collaboration, and whether my radar data might be useful to the group. Regards, Richard Bassom.
Michael Otte I enjoyed your talk last evening on the DB and coordination to be able to find coincidences of detections. I live on a farm near PearlCity,IL,USA west of Chicago about 120 miles. I have been doing radio meteors for 20+ years. various iterations of radio equipment and softwares. Right now I am using a SDR , SpecLab and Colorgramme. So I am trying to understand your record items in your DB. Do you have the SpecLab kicking out the duration, noise,signal peak, and doing a capture for any meteor > 10secs? I would like to see your script. My script records the meteor number and duration on the screen and at the end of the hour it sends to the RMOB file the number of meteors, number of meteors over 2 sec long and the total reflection time for the hour. Also at the end of the hour I do a capture. This capture has helped me to correct data if the counting doesn't get reset at the end of the hour. Hour always seems to be too large to see "waves" of meteors coming in. I have thought of doing a DB to be able analyze more closely events. I also run a video camera with Metrec. I happened to be at the PC one evening and heard a ping on the radio and Metrec recorded the meteor. My only coincidence. With a data base i could look for more. i am familiar with MySQL and could do it. Thanks for your time and the inspiration of your talk. Mike Otte W9YS Have you looked at the Echoes meteor software? I have been looking it over but have not tried it. It records to a file every meteor gives power and duration .
Andrew S Mount Greetings from the Blue Ridge Mountains of South Carolina, USA! I am writing to request assistance with software integration to enable automated radio meteor counting. In October, 2020 I set up a dedicated radio meteor detection system that is tuned to 61.260 Mhz here in the United States. It is running a nooelec nesdr version2 receiver through a Nooelec LANA LNA. The hardware is stable.. It is running on a dedicated Dell i5 intel core desktop computer. Software is Airspy SDR# connected to Spectrum lab via VB cable. The system is operating 24/7 and appears to be detecting meteors, especially during the early morning hours. I would like to submit an automated colorgramme count the RMOB website. From what I read online, this is routinely done using GRAVES and the associated spectrum lab configuration and conditional files. However I am set to a TV transmitter in Canada that is not the same wavelength as GRAVES. What do you recommend? Also once it is set up, would you like to include a USA site in your database? Thank you and stay safe. Best wishes, Andy
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