[time-nuts] Phase noise and geomagnetism

Martin VE3OAT ve3oat at storm.ca
Thu May 1 09:56:42 EDT 2014


Hi, Antonio,

I regularly note the geomagnetic Kp value when I take part in an FMT 
but most of the discussion of this takes place on K5CM's FMT-nuts mail 
list (as far as I know).  Fortunately, most FMTs have not coincided 
with a major storm but there have been a few where some really weird 
effects were noted, probably due to "minor" disturbed geomagnetic 
conditions.

73,
... Martin   VE3OAT


Antonio I8IOV wrote :
 >
 > Hi all,thanks for your replies.Geomagnetic storms are known
 > to produce easily detectable effects at earth, sometimes dramatic
 > ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_storm_of_1859 ,
 > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ukQhycKOFw ), sometimes serious
 > (compasses get crazy), sometimes minor (only aurorae boreales and
 > other minor effects). I think that time-nuts should be aware
 > whether these fenomena might affect their measurements or not.
 > Geomagnetic activity data are easily available at the NOAA website
 > http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ , so checks would be easy. I hope to
 > see some reports here sooner or later.Antonio I8IOV
 >






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