DL0AO VLF-Grabber near Amberg, JN59VK

Receive antennas: Two 150 m long earth dipoles (underground loops): EW = east-west 265°, SN = south-north 355°, and V = active E-field probe
(updated 2019-12-09)

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360° colour-DF with E and both H antennas (1 Hz FFT, 2 minute scroll)

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Slow colour-DF, using only the two earth loops (180° ambiguous)

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VLF wideband, 1.95 Hz FFT resolution, 2 minute scrolling, upload every 10 minutes (top: EW, middle: SN, bottom: Vertical)

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West cardioid and GBZ

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East cardioid and NWC

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NWC 19.8 kHz amplitude and phase plot (east cardioid)

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JJY 40 kHz (Fukushima, 9142 km), 446.5 µHz FFT, 10 minute scroll (top: phase colour R-G-B-R, bottom: amplitude and phase plot)

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8.27 kHz 424 µHz Colour-DF

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8.27 and 5.17 kHz, 424 µHz FFT, 10 minute scroll (top: EW, 2nd: SN, 3rd: V omni, bottom: W cardioid)

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8.27 kHz, 20.93 µHz FFT resolution, 2 hour scroll, EbNaut data export 13.23 h (top: V omni, bottom: W cardioid)

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ZEVS (Kola Peninsula Transmit Facility, 2475 km) and Schumann resonances, 7.63 mHz FFT, 1 minute scroll (E-field)

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ZEVS phase vs 81.9999884259 Hz reference, 424 µHz FFT, 10 minute scroll (top: colours R-G-B-R for advancing phase, bottom: plot)
Link to dedicated 82 Hz grabber

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Snapshot of a fast ZEVS transmission, using 10 second symbols (45.8 mHz FFT, 5 s scroll)

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Snapshot of opposite cardioid patterns (top: west 265°, bottom: east 85°)

Blitzortung
European lightning map from Blitzortung.org

VLF grabbers:  DF6NM  DK7FC (tree)  Paul Nicholson  IK1QFK  SQ5BPF   DL0AO (LF)