Solar Eclipse 2015: Some signals did improve, some didn’t
The Solar Eclipse on March 20th, 2015, provided some unique Monitoring opportunities in Europe. It was the first time that broad parts of the spectrum could have been recorded and analyzed even by hams.
I recorded the range from 0 to 2 MHz to analyze the effects of the eclipse on different frequencies: on VLF signals dropped significantly (see the W-shape level of DHO38 on 23,4 kHz above), whereas on medium wave signals did improve.
This paper covers my observations in e.g. 29 illustrations and some audio files.
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