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posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 07:07 PM
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Still waiting for a link. Prefer .wav format.

I pick up nothing but static on designated frequency.

Probably don't know this. An .mp3 file can't be ran through radio software. The file format needs to be in a .wav format for DSP analysis with software. It's a compression thing on .mp3.




posted on Apr, 9 2010 @ 05:08 AM
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Uploading .WAV file now, ill edit my post as soon as its uploaded.

Its 49.7Mb in size.

www.megaupload.com...

Uploaded for you.

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posted on Apr, 9 2010 @ 08:51 PM
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Interesting sound. I would encourage other hams to chime in to explain some of this stuff simpler or to ask questions after analyze the file.

At first I thought you were the proud owner of interference. I heard many similar noises over the years. This is why I do some fun stuff with these types of noises.

I ran the file through Hoka code 300-32. I took some interesting screen shots.


Spectrum analysis show just 4 main carriers. i751.photobucket.com...


Still not convinced at that point. Defiantly ruled out many things it's not and shows why you have what you have on waterfall. I'm still thinking interference at this point.

Looked at the phase plane.

Didn't really look interesting until I adjusted a couple of things. Now you have my attention.

First pic has some aging, not much, but some.


i751.photobucket.com...


Second pic has no aging, but the phase is rotating. Defiantly not interference or a random noise.


i751.photobucket.com...


This is a QPSK signal. That's a Quadrature Phase-Shift Keying. In PSK, the constellation points chosen are usually positioned with uniform angular spacing around a circle. This gives maximum phase-separation between adjacent points and thus the best immunity to corruption. They are positioned on a circle so that they can all be transmitted with the same energy. PSK will have 2 reference signals, this noise has 4 signals.

They are in a circle so there is no offset such as what you would see in a QAM signal. There is no modulation of the signals. Besides, an 8 or 4 QAM signal sounds like RTTY which this noise is not even close to.

I haven't played with my radio for quite a while, but guess what. I want to find this signal and run it through another program in real time.

Whether this is HAARP or not doesn't matter. It doesn't sound like the HAARP signals of years past. Frequency is different from they are accustomed to run on, but they have the ability to broadcast up to 10 Mhz or so.

I'm not so sure this isn't a hybrid modem such as a Rhodes & Scharz. There are literally hundreds of modems for military usage with more coming online all the time.

You got something but let me do some more digging.



posted on Apr, 10 2010 @ 01:36 AM
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Originally posted by hinky
This is a QPSK signal. That's a Quadrature Phase-Shift Keying. In PSK, the constellation points chosen are usually positioned with uniform angular spacing around a circle. This gives maximum phase-separation between adjacent points and thus the best immunity to corruption. They are positioned on a circle so that they can all be transmitted with the same energy. PSK will have 2 reference signals, this noise has 4 signals.

They are in a circle so there is no offset such as what you would see in a QAM signal. There is no modulation of the signals. Besides, an 8 or 4 QAM signal sounds like RTTY which this noise is not even close to.

I'm not so sure this isn't a hybrid modem such as a Rhodes & Scharz. There are literally hundreds of modems for military usage with more coming online all the time.


Lets say radar is "safe" as you have been told since you were a young. Would you feel safe turning your microwave oven inside out and dialing down the frequency and leaving it on even though you were still in your house?

Now that this noise has 4 signals sounds to me like better precision to plot coordinates on a sphere, just my inital presumption, like the earth itself is a sphere.

Don't forget that all light/electomagnetic emmissions act like waves and particles. Though theories differ on this, neither can be neglected dealing at all wavelengths.

What I wanna know is the knowledge of Nicoli Tesla, and of the so called "elder gods" of the Cthulhu mythlos.



posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 10:59 AM
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Just put up in MY MEDIA a pdf which appears to be an official summary from 1990 concerning Haarp, its here somewhere, maybe you can find it, I can't lol!



posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 11:27 AM
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A few more screen shots.


A non-erect phase plane view of the noise.

An erect view of noise with full gain and no aging.

Another view of erect phase plane of noise with full gain and no aging.

A different view of full spectrum.

I'm using the term constellation. It doesn't mean star arrangements or anything even remotely like that. For this purpose, it means the display of a scope and the pattern if makes.

A little clarification on erect and non-erect and what it means. It's basically reversing the polarity of the signal for a better view of it. Erect is reversal of polarity. On some signals, you will find just a blob in the middle of the constellation. The signal is doing something, but you just can't tell in this mode. This is why you change polarities.

You will see a lobe on the non-erect screen shot. In real time, this lobe rotates around the constellation. This is caused by a signal modulation of the four signals. The full spectrum shot shows the four main carriers at different elevations. This is causing the rotation of the signal. One up, another down. Never any two peaking at the same time.

You can see this on the phase plane with different quadrants lit up and at 180 degree offsets. Their tuning was off a little bit as you can see some peaks not at 180 degrees.

(technical part coming up) Usually, you will find signals that are using digital means, multiple peaks, and modulation; these peaks are kept at 180 degrees so the receiver can determine if the signal is on or off. This is the very basis of digital signals - on or off. This signal rotates with peaks not corresponding at 180 degrees. Whether this is deliberate or not depends on what they are trying to do.



posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 07:01 PM
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Originally posted by DarkspARCS


I have found the direction of the signal to be slightly northwest or southeast of Sierra Vista, AZ.


HAARP is nowhere near Arizona.

However, it could be a bounced array. if the signal is permeating Arizona I've no doubt that the frequencies are shaking the whole region loose - especially if there's a tone fluctuation as you mentioned.

Some one should go to that antenna up in Alaska and set up a CB Amplifier system that will automatically key up when HAARP broadcasts, lol.

Wonder what they'd be talking about in Anchorage after that?..


AAAhhh
Huummmm

I was stationed a Holloman AFB in the 70's.

There is a large base nw of Holloman on the west side of the Same Missile Range.

White sands the center of all strangeness in the USA.

The base is north of Las Cruses & south of Santa Fe .
But
It is on the south north hwy between them both.
Located on the east side of the NS Hwy.
I think you will find one there.
I saw it last in the 80's.
Maybe the original/mother of them all is located on that base.

Heck you can see it from the HWY.

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[edit on 4/11/2010 by n120by60w]

[edit on 4/11/2010 by n120by60w]



posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 07:06 PM
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Originally posted by hinky
A few more screen shots.


A non-erect phase plane view of the noise.

An erect view of noise with full gain and no aging.

Another view of erect phase plane of noise with full gain and no aging.

A different view of full spectrum.

This signal rotates with peaks not corresponding at 180 degrees. Whether this is deliberate or not depends on what they are trying to do.





FM MODULATION!!!!

Ohhh way cool.
High freq on VLM.


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posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 07:15 PM
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Originally posted by n120by60w

Originally posted by hinky
A few more screen shots.


A non-erect phase plane view of the noise.

An erect view of noise with full gain and no aging.

Another view of erect phase plane of noise with full gain and no aging.

A different view of full spectrum.

This signal rotates with peaks not corresponding at 180 degrees. Whether this is deliberate or not depends on what they are trying to do.





FM MODULATION!!!!

Ohhh way cool.
High freq on VLM.


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That is a possibility they could of used Frequency-shift keying, to change the data to a modulated signal. This frequency could be a modulated carrier wave.



posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 10:02 PM
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Originally posted by NotTheOne

Originally posted by n120by60w

Originally posted by hinky

That is a possibility they could of used Frequency-shift keying, to change the data to a modulated signal. This frequency could be a modulated carrier wave.


I was a analog guy.
Now digital so we see things the digital guys do not.
I have basic Radio EM & ET training.

The spacing on FM Radio Antenna placement.
Is it spaced by wave distance or a fraction there of ?
VLF travels a long way.
Maybe it would be a function of that.....

I still think that this has something to do with 2012....
Maybe taking the entire planet to hyperspace or something.
To dodge a bullet...
One can only hope....

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posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 03:27 PM
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Originally posted by hinky
A few more screen shots.

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A different view of full spectrum.




Total abstract here, but the above image made me think of the Timewave thread... Perhaps NWO magi carrying out Techno-Sorcery in preparation for 2012..?



But in all seriousness, I find this fascinating.

Hinky, many thanks for sharing your specialist knowledge. OP - great thread, flagged and starred. I wish I knew more about SIGINT now..!

Keep up the great work everyone.



posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 10:41 AM
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Originally posted by EvolvedMinistry

However, the ultraviolet range exists outside of our 5 senses and so do certain sounds and pitches. If it weren't for technology specifically designed to detect these anomalies, we would still be denying that those dimensions exist because of the limitations of the human body and mind.


Ultraviolet is light. "Sounds and pitches" are sound. Radio waves aren't detectable by your senses, either, but science allows us to do lots of fun things with them. By using techniques to separate wishful thinking and self-delusion from fact.

Oh, and things outside the range of your senses aren't "dimensions", that's another word that theosophy co-opted in an attempt to sound "sciencey" - most of that evolved into "New Age" mysticism.



There's much more going on out there than your limited earth knowledge can explain. This does not make you inferior, nor does it make you stupid. Otherwise, you continue to regurgitate that which is already known. And believe me, nothing that you have stated on this thread is revolutionary knowledge.


Apparently it is, given the people who can't tell sound from radio, and the other ones who think "frequency" has a meaning other than cycles/time.

"Earth knowledge"? As opposed to, say, "space knowledge"? Or "spirit guide knowledge"?



posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 10:44 AM
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Originally posted by hinky

I'm not so sure this isn't a hybrid modem such as a Rhodes & Scharz. There are literally hundreds of modems for military usage with more coming online all the time.

You got something but let me do some more digging.


From the uniformity of the sound, I'd say it's likely to be encrypted, which would make sense if it's military.

Will be interesting if it shows up again.



posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 12:50 PM
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Originally posted by Bedlam


From the uniformity of the sound, I'd say it's likely to be encrypted, which would make sense if it's military.

Will be interesting if it shows up again.


Funny you mention this. I've thought a little bit about this signal after looking at it more than several ways.

Digital signals are wonderful for communications purposes. There are a few examples of one way communication on HF. SITOR broadcasts from the US Coast Guard and Argentina Navy. Several e-mail variants such as Pactor, Clover 2, Clover 2000, etc. Even general distress calls use GMDSS-DSC. Not to mention embassy traffic from all over the world.

Just one way communication available to anyone with the right receiver. I have wondered if this falls under that category. A one way communication signal. It could be just a really cool research signal for propagation study, but I'd use a different form of signal if I was doing that.

I too want to hear this signal in real time and I would then be able to say much more about it.



posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 06:02 PM
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Well, it's one way on that frequency. Doesn't mean it can't be duplexing on another one.

Another thing I've used one way HF links for (ahem) is to send data to a remote monitoring station. Say you wanted to send images, or weather data. Hinkier (pardon me) info you'd probably compress and send as bursts if possible to keep someone from finding your gadget.

Seems like a pretty strong signal, it could be real close to the OP, a freak propagation or a high power transmitter.

Thus would it be cool if there were an internetworked set of remotely controllable directional receivers - it would be the work of an hour at most to pin it down.



posted on May, 16 2010 @ 07:57 AM
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Regret that my first post contradicts theme of thread but 7 GHz is not shortwave but is in the microwave spectrum and is a common freq for radars.



posted on May, 16 2010 @ 08:14 AM
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None of this is about 7ghz frequencies though? It's in relation to a transmission that was on an HF frequency of 7.406 Mhz



posted on May, 16 2010 @ 08:24 AM
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Hehehehehehehe...erect...



posted on May, 16 2010 @ 09:20 AM
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Apologies. I thought it was a comma instead of decimal point.



posted on May, 28 2010 @ 11:29 PM
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The signal is back 28 May at 2300. Check out 7363.90 USB. Not as strong on LSB but using AM. It's the way the signal has been built. Not noise or interference.

It's 4200 hz carrier. Definitely QPSK.

More importantly, it's the duplicate of the .wav file.

I'd listen for it the next couple of nights.





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