posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 08:13 PM
That is just the sensors to detect variation in the standing magnetic field AKA “earth’s magnetic field”.
Magnetometers like that are low bandwidth devices. Basically quasi DC. The do not have close to enough bandwidth to respond to the emissions from any
of the transmitting equipment at the harp site.
That graph show me that some idiot got a magnet too close to the detecton instrument, or someone parked a truck beside it and the truck is heavily
magnetized, and no one has became aware of the F%#$ up yet.
To see what they are transmitting, you would have to have something like this…..
The only problem with that chart is they only take data samples when the harp transmitters are quiet, because the purpose of that chart is to show the
background radio noise.
The haarp site is active intermittently, throughout the day, on different parts of the radio bands. The reason why is… they do a number of ionosonde
activities from there which is used to produce graphs like this….
If they would show a waterfall spectrum display that includes the time when the transmission systems are operating, then It would become clear what
frequencies they were operating on.
edit on 12-8-2011 by Mr Tranny because: (no reason given)