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Listen to <ckr-maq.mp3>
<ckr-maq.mp3> (127kB)
Sound of a single-burst SSB signal/qso, reflected from the ionized trail
of a meteor. Listen to ckr-maq.mp3 and hear the messages
- SM2CKR DG9MAQ - & - DG9MAQ SM2CKR 27 27 - & - roger 27 - .
DG9MAQ/JN58lj in qso with SM2CKR/KP03dg, 144.200MHz,
Aug 12th, 2005 / 1140UT, distance 1748km

Listen to <la0byiae.wav>
<la0byiae.wav> (625kB)
Sound of a single-burst SSB signal/qso, reflected from the ionized trail
of a meteor. Load down la0byiae.wav and hear the messages
- DL3IAE/p LAØBY/p roger49 - & - roger, roger - .
Recorded by DL3IAE/p/JN49 in qso with LAØBY/p/JO39,
144.200MHz, Aug 13th, 2003 / 0202UT, distance 1100km

Listen to <k1uhf.wav>
<k1uhf.wav> (37kB)
Load down k1uhf.wav and hear the sound of an FSK441 encoded signal
(baud rate 441Hz), as used in K1JT's "WSJT",
reflected from the ionized trail of a meteor.
Recorded by K1UHF/FN31fh in qso with W8WN/EM77bq, VHF 144MHz,
June 15th, 2001, distance 1133km / 704mi

Listen to <2wrp.wav>
<2wrp.wav> (35kB)
Sound of a high speed morse code signal (~1500lpm/300wpm), reflected from the ionized trail of a meteor. Load down 2wrp.wav and slow down speed by factor 16, identify the message - S51MQ LY2WRP R38 -
Recorded by S51MQ/JN75nt in qso with LY2WR/p/KO16cb, 144.106MHz,
Dec 13th, 1998 / 2250UT, distance 1240km

Listen to <3xt1.wav>
<3xt1.wav> (91kB)
Sound of a high speed morse code signal (~1200lpm/240wpm), reflected from the ionized trail of a meteor (note Doppler effect).
Load down 3xt1.wav and slow down speed by factor 16,
identify the message - DK3XT UZ2FWA r26 r26 -
Recorded by DK3XT/JN49fe in qso with UZ2FWA/KO04ft, 144.085MHz,
Jan 2nd, 1992 / 1722UT, distance 1050km
Preceeding graphics made by DK3XT, generated from  GRAM sound spectrogram  AF analyzer
 
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Listen to <w8wn.wav>
<w8wn.wav> (4.4kB)
Sound of a 0.37sec burst, a high speed morse code signal (approx 10000lpm/2000wpm),
reflected from the ionized trail of a meteor. Recorded by
KOØU / FN42dg during a radio contact on 144MHz with W8WN / EM77bg,
Jan 28th, 1998 / 1230UTC, distance 1330km (826mi)
Listen to <ko0u.wav>
<ko0u.wav> (60.6kB)
Sound of a 1.3sec burst, a high speed morse code signal (approx 16500lpm/3300wpm),
reflected from the ionized trail of a meteor. Recorded by
KOØU / FN42dg during a radio contact on 144MHz with W8WN / EM77bg,
Jan 29th, 1998 / 1215-1239UTC.
So far, these 16500lpm mark the highest speed ever used in amateur radio meteorscatter
W8WN : IC706/TS790, 1200Watts, 4x16ele, DOS6.22/WFW3.11/MSDSP0.64alpha
KOØU : TR9130/TS120S+xvtr, 300Watts, CC3219, DOS6.22/WFW3.11/MSDSP0.64alpha
(KOØU is now KØXP).
Preceeding graphics made by KBØVUK
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Sights and Sounds of HSCW MS by W8WN
features a number of soundfiles of HSCW MS

FSK441A pings by W8WN
features a number of soundfiles of FSK441A MS

  The Ghost of Fireballs Past
Echoes from Leonid and Geminid meteors captured by amateurs monitoring
the Navy's Space Surveillance Radar (NAVSPASUR). Located in Kickapoo, Tx,
NAVSPASUR transmits 800kW of continuous-wave (CW) radio power into an
east-west oriented fan beam at 216.98MHz
Check also PE1ITR's
Real Time Detection of NAVSPASUR Radar

VK2FLR VHF Sounds Archive
compiled by VK2FLR, Sydney, Australia
WAV files of 6 & 2metre DX, including MS/EME

VHF sound files
compiled by N1RWY
Collection of sound files
from IT9VDQ's homepage
Meteorscatter soundfiles of Leonids 2000
Real Audio Files
compiled by PA5WX
Qsos on 144MHz : Es, Aurora, MS
The Radiometeor Audio Gallery
compiled by James Richardson of the
American Meteor Society


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