SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
Davis Vantage Pro2 Plus 6163 Weather Station
Wind speed / Radar
Photo credit: NOAA Satellite credit: USA Tax payers
All the links and pictures below concerns a new experimental method of monster lightning detection and plotting in real time.
This lightning is known as Q-Burst (lightning that goes up to the earths ionization layer as well as down). Causing the earths
natural cavity to be pulsed. This is what each dot on the map represents. One Q-burst strike.
(Since it has never been done before most things are a development effort.)
Q-Burst Lightning Radar
These Sprites are a by product of the largest of the Q-burst lightning's.
Pages where you can see different parts of the world.
All Q-burst plots results page. >>>
Schumann Radar Team Help page. >>>
Sweden- 1 of only 2 Schumann Radar antenna sites world wide. >>> (Real time Schumann Signals Plot here.)
Examples of Q-burst lightning following the terrain as storms arrive. >>>
It is natural to try and equate these as the same. They really are three different things!
Gateways to other items.
*New* A new lock in amplifier is developed using Spectrum Lab. See it in action. >>>
New DIY project for winding large ferrite antennas. >>>
Sweden / SM5LE Schumann Experimentation Page >>> (Second Ever Schumann Radar Station)
Explanation of the types of lightning detection systems >>>
LR Hobby Pages (Old original 10 kHz information Not Schumann related) >>>
Links of interest to the hobby. >>>
A new mode is developed for Schumann Q-burst Radar. >>>
Photo credit "U.S. Department of Energy"
Non Schumann TOA Systems
USA TOA (Non Commercial) HOBBY LIGHTNING NETWORK. These pages are in support of the USA TOA system.
(For non commercial personal weather stations and research.)
Blitzortung.org network now in the USA. (This is where you get your station hardware to join this normal TOA type network!)
Curb radar for Dodge Challenger and other curb smashing car owners. >>>
The Challenger has five inches ground clearance. Lower than most curbs! Big repair bills!
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