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Luxembourg effect - the ultimate example

Posted: 20 Oct 2017 12:39
by Tim Bucknall
Currently allouis 162khz is radiating a huge blank carrier
Presumably the data signals it carries are still needed

Listen to the frequency and you will hear a veritable tower of babel! A myriad of different languages all muffled, depending on your location what you hear will vary
While some people are raising thousands of dollars to hire time on haarp to study the phenomenon, we have a perfect example for free

It would be interesting to see what each listener hears in 162khz, we maybe able to generate some scientificly useful data

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Re: Luxembourg effect - the ultimate example

Posted: 20 Oct 2017 19:33
by Jean-Luc
Here, in Châteauroux, 50 kms away from Allouis, I can only "hear" a perfect blank carrier with a 9 + 40 dB signal.
I suppose this is normal ...

Re: Luxembourg effect - the ultimate example

Posted: 20 Oct 2017 20:03
by Tim Bucknall
Thanks Jean Luc, dominant audio here is RTL 234 @1902ut
There are at least, 2 others which I'm still trying to identify

Tim, Bucknall, Congleton, Cheshire, UK

Re: Luxembourg effect - the ultimate example

Posted: 22 Oct 2017 00:14
by Julian Hardstone
Droitwich 198 :)
Don't know what programme they are carrying right now, it's not R4 :(

Re: Luxembourg effect - the ultimate example

Posted: 22 Oct 2017 21:13
by Tim Bucknall
condensed world service highlights as far as i remember