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A very useful Database, many thanks.
I would like to see a Category for Electromagnetic Interference (EMIElectromagnetic interference / RFIa specific subset of electrical noise on the Electromagnetic interference (EMI) spectrum) signals added, please.
Such as HDMI (already in the database), switched mode power supply (a representative sample, or 2), Ethernet, central heating Boiler(Gas), TV emissions (LO, harmonics, etc), and so on.
It would make the identification of interference sources in my house a lot easier :-)
Once I can work out how to do it I can provide samples, mostly unidentified as yet :-(
Hello, I've captured a a new signal - at least to me it is - on UHFUltra High Frequency (300-3000 MHz). This was present for several days and has since disappeared. Please refer to this link at Vimeo for a sample. You may have to increase the volume. I'd like to get anyones thoughts on this.
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6780kHz definitely needs a sample/pic and more information.
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Hi guys. Since I havent been able to leave a comment here, im going to do so in a more formal fashion.
Just as a fair warning to all who are paerticipating here, I will be adding on to the main page to provide some policies that I have been trying to get on here with Cartoonman's permission through the use of the trello I have up, that will be tailored at how we need to ensure this wiki's validation at sources, and its pages. This is very big because this will help clear out a lot of junk that has been left behind. For example, I will be spending more time this week, hopefully, moving unid signals to the ID's section, ID signals to the UNID section. Some pages ive seeen are very misleading, or were never formed. So it would be best if that happened.
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ON RECENTLY ADDED SIGNALS
"POWER LINE OVER INTERNET".
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Has anyone identified Inmarsat's Fleet Broadband or Fleet Xpress transmission set up yet?
Even any info regarding the withdrawn Fleet 77 service, Sat A and B are obviously now long gone.
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That is correct, ACFAutoCorrelation Function stands for Auto-Correlation Function. It's also defined in the terminology page: https://www..../Terminology
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What copyright applies to the uploaded audio files?
it would be good uploaders agreed to have it under Creative Commons.
I want to use the HFHigh Frequency (3-30 MHz) audio to add QRM noise to morse code audio while training a neural network to decode it.
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