[TangerineSDR] 04/19/2022 Whistler Events!!

Dr. Nathaniel A. Frissell Ph.D. nathaniel.frissell at scranton.edu
Sat Apr 30 05:43:14 EDT 2022

Hey, Jonathan! This is really great! Thank you!

I was on a journal club telecon with people from the NASA MSFC yesterday re-capping the HamSCI workshop, and your work came up quite a bit. They really liked it!

I'm looking forward to the results now that we have the grounding noise issue resolved.

73 Nathaniel W2NAF

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Sent: Friday, April 29, 2022 11:08 PM
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Subject: Re: [TangerineSDR] 04/19/2022 Whistler Events!!

One of the allure of whistlers is actually listening to them! Attached are movies I've made of the spectrograms and the event audio.


On 4/29/22, Jonathan <emuman100 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On April 19, Nathaniel and I were treated to some beautiful whistlers 
> here in Northeast PA! The event detector detected 4 weak whistlers 
> that were also detected at a VLF receiver in Virginia as well, so they 
> had a large footprint. They also have a large dispersion measure too. 
> Here are the
> spectrograms:
> As you can see, they were definitely weak, but delectable. The event 
> detector used Hough transform that looks for a the characteristic 
> whistler curve.
> Speaking of whistlers with large footprints, here is a whistler with a 
> footprint of over 900km received in Northeast PA, Virginia, and South 
> Carolina! It has a dispersion measure of 69:
> Jonathan

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