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50 MHz Transatlantic Es Probability for Eastern North America (tnx VE3EN)



Fig 1A. K1SIX Observed Transatlantic 50 MHz Es Days open by year 1982- present


Fig 1B. K0GU Observed Transatlantic 50 MHz Es Days open by year 2000- present


Fig 2A. K1SIX Cumulative Opening Intensity By Date


Fig 2B. K1SIX Experimental Derived Quality Factor By Date


Fig 3. K1SIX SEASONAL Baseline Transatlantic 50 MHz Es Probability CHART (for 14.4 sq. mi. resolution)


Fig 4A. K1SIX SEASONAL Baseline Transatlantic 50 MHz Es Probability TABLE (for 14.4 sq. mi. resolution)


Fig 4B. Derived equivalent SINGLE-HOP 50 MHz Es Probability TABLE (for 14.4 sq. mi. resolution)


Fig 5. K1SIX Transatlantic 50 MHz Es Diurnal Variation CHART


Fig 6. K1SIX European F2 for comparison against Es Diurnal


Fig 7. UTC to LST Correlation for path of interest


Correlation of Diurnal maximum- K1SIX (Eu & N. Africa) vs. K6QXY (JA)



K0GU Diurnal for Au Zone crossing Es QSOs with Europe and N. Africa


K0GU UTC to LST Correlations and midpoint Solar El for paths of interest


Compilation of K6QXY Es QSOs with Europe


Compilation of NL7Z Transpolar Es QSOs with Europe


Compilation of K1SIX Es QSOs with the FAR EAST



K1SIX- 4 Meter Transatlantic Crossband Test Results




K1SIX- Jan & Feb 2014 WG2XPN/B 70.005 MHz Radio Meteor Counting Test Results


K1SIX- Jan 2014 Atlanta 67.250 MHz Radio Meteor Counting Test Results


Estimated impact of noise degradation on Sporadic Meteor Counts





W7GJ TRACKER MAY BE USED FOR SOLAR ELEVATION



Compilation of papers and reference materials from Jim Kennedy, PhD K6MIO


Mid-Latitude Sporadic-E- A Review, Michael Hawk, Nov. 2001


Thanks & enjoy,
Bob