posted on Feb, 16 2013 @ 06:42 PM
Originally posted by FlySolo
Yes, I am aware of that. Not sure why you feel the need to tell me.
I guess because you said "I'm not so sure we could hear the HAARP frequency with our ears." A lot of ATSers seem to think that radio frequencies in
the range of human hearing can be heard as sound. A 7kHz radio signal would still be inaudible.
You'll never hear 2.8 - 10 MHz with your ears. Exactly what I previously stated.
But you would never hear a radio transmission in the 20Hz-20,000Hz range either. The frequency's not the issue.
Receiver or not, you'll never hear it. And as Chadwickus already said, HAM radios aren't even in that band to pick up interference from HAARP.
Know how I can tell you're not a HAM? Look, go to hamradio.com, pick out any HF rig's data sheet. You'll find that they will receive pretty much
anything, you just can't transmit with them outside of the standard HAM bands. A Yaesu FTdx3000 will receive anywhere from 30kHz to 56MHz. As will the
edit on 16-2-2013 by Bedlam because: (no reason given)