Tag Archives: Meteor scatter

Log: FM meteor scatter, May 11th, first station logged!

I’m writing this on the 17th, so I’m actually quite a bit behind in processing various FM radio recordings I’ve done with my RTL-SDR dongle and Antennacraft (R.I.P.) FM6 yagi antenna.  But, on just my third overnight recording, I logged my first station! Continue reading

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Log: FM meteor scatter, May 9th

I decided to expand my horizons a bit, so to speak, and bought an Antennacraft FM6 6-element yagi antenna cut for the US FM band (87.5-107.9 MHz). This is the time of year when sporadic E propagation (“E-skip”) starts up and I also find the concept of meteor scatter fascinating. Continue reading