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Asunto:[dxcolombia] ebook2cw: de texto.txt a CW mp3 y mas de Solar Data
Fecha:Domingo, 22 de Noviembre, 2009  16:55:16 (-0500)
Autor:David J. Sourdis <hk1kxa @.......com>

Hola Todos,

El programa ebook2cw, juego de palabras "E-book to CW" o "De libro electrónico a CW"
Por medio de líneas de comando para parámetros en DOS un archivo .txt lo pasa a archivo .mp3 cw audio.

Antes mi teléfono identificaba por CW a quienes me llamaban, los archivos mp3 fueron fabricados con ebook2cw.

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http://www.hamqsl.com/solar.html
Aquí hay una fantástica guía para interpretar el solar data, no he tenido tiempo de traducirlo, pero creo que es fácil de entender. Mejor, imposible.

Current Solar-Terrestrial Data Category Radio Blackouts
Use X-Ray
Solar Radiation Storms
Use Proton Flux
Geomagnetic Storms
Use K-Index/K-nT/Aurora
Band Openings
Use Solar Flux (SSN)
Electron Alert *
Use Electron Flux *
Extreme X20 (1 per cycle)
Complete HF blackout on entire sunlit side lasting hours
1.0e+06 (1 per cycle)
Complete HF blackout in polar regions
K=9 (nT=>500) [Aur=10]
(4 per cycle)
HF impossible-aurora to 40°. Noise S30+.
200-300 (SSN=160-250)
Reliable communications all bands up through 6 meters
>1.0e+03 Alert
* Impact HF primarly in the D region of ionisphere (160M-80M), but also effects the E and F layers.
Severe X10 (8 per cycle)
HF blackout on most of sunlit side for 1 to 2 hours.
1.0e+05 (3 per cycle)
Partial HF blackout in polar regions.
K=8 (nT=330-500) [Aur=9]
(100 per cycle)
HF sporadic-aurora to 45°. Noise S20-S30.
Strong X1 (175 per cycle)
Wide area HF blackout for about an hour on sunlit side.
1.0e+04 (10 per cycle)
Degraded HF propagation in polar regions.
K=7 (nT=200-330) [Aur=8]
(200 per cycle)
HF intermittent-aurora to 50°. Noise S9-S20.
150-200 (SSN=105-160)
Excellent conditions all bands up through 10 meters w/6 meter openings
Moderate M5 (350 per cycle)
Limited HF blackout on sunlit side for tens of minutes.
1.0e+03 (25 per cycle)
Small effects on HF in polar regions.
K=6 (nT=120-200) [Aur=6]
(600 per cycle)
HF fade higher lats-aurora to 55°. Noise S6-S9.
120-150 (SSN=70-105)
Fair to good conditions all bands up through 10 meters
<1.0e+03 Active
Minor impacts to HF (160M-80M).
Minor M1 (2000 per cycle)
Occasional loss of radio contact on sunlit side.
1.0e+02 (50 per cycle)
Minor impacts on HF in polar regions.
K=5 (nT=70-120) [Aur=5]
(1700 per cycle)
HF fade higher lats-aurora to 60°. Noise S4-S6.
90-120 (SSN=35-70)
Fair conditions all bands up through 15 meters
<1.0e+02 Active
Minor impacts to HF (160M-80M).
Elevated C1 Moderate Flare
Low absorption of HF signals.
1.0e+01 Active
Very minor impacts on HF in polar regions.
K=3-4 (nT=20-70) [Aur=4] Unsettled/Active
Minor HF fade higher lats. Noise S2-S3.
70-90 (SSN=10-35)
Poor to fair conditions all bands up through 20 meters
<1.0e+01 Normal
No impacts on HF.
Normal A1-B9 No/Small Flare
No or very minor impact to HF signals.
1.0e+00 Normal
No impacts on HF.
K=0-2 (nT=0-20) [Aur=<3] Normal
No impacts on HF. Noise S0-S2.
64-70 (SSN=0-10)
Bands above 40 meters unusable
<1.0e+00 Normal
No impacts on HF.
* Even though the Electron Belt is farthest out in space, Electron Flux has a the largest impact on the lowest layer in the ionosphere. Primarily impacts satellite comms.
   Extreme levels can impact cable systems, power grids, blow up power transformers, and cause (as research indicates) increased geological activity (e.g., earthquakes, volcanos, etc.
   See D-Region Absorption Prediction page for current impacted frequencies in the D-Region. Aurora Normalization factor (n) <2.0=high confidence, >2.0=low confidence



73

David 
HK1KXA
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