[Fwd: LF: More on LF Propagation]

André Kesteloot akestelo@bellatlantic.net
Tue, 26 May 1998 13:49:41 -0400

Alan Gale wrote:

> Hi All,
>         It's been intersting to read some of the recent comments about
> the vagaries of Low Frequency propagation. To throw one other idea into
> the pot, Robert Connolly GI7IVX - author of the 'Non Directional Beacons
> of Europe' publication, recently carried out some research into the possible
> effects of weather and barometric pressure on Low Frequency Skywave
> propagation,
> and produced this as a publication called: 'Study Concerning The Weather
> Effects on Low Frequency Skywave Propagation'.
>         Like many other LF beacon enthusiasts I've noticed how signal strengths
> vary at certain times, even when the A & K index remains the same. This study
> offers a few interesting theories as to why some of these daily variations
> may take place.
>         You can find full details of both of Robert's publications from his
> website at the following URL:
>         http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/ROBERT_GI7IVX
>         73 and Good LF, Alan.
>         ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>         From:           Alan Gale G4TMV
>         Location:       North-West England. IO83VP Lancs 53:39.3N 2:10.6W.
>         Equipment:      Kenwood TS830M + Datong PC1 & VLF Converters + FL3.
>                         Sony ICF 2001D. G5RV, Marconi T, various Spiral Loops.
>         Interests:      Search & Rescue,Beacons,Maritime,Aero,Scanning,TV DX.
>         Editor of:      Bi-monthly 'Beacons & Utes' column, Medium Wave Circle.
>                         Quarterly 'Links FM' column British FM & TV Circle.
>         MWC Website:    http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/5613/mwc.html
>         BFMTVC Site:    http://freespace.virgin.net/skywaves.dx
>         ----------------------------------------------------------------------