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Subject: Re: Recording earthquakes from 3rd floor
From: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?J=F3n_Fr=EDmann?= jonfr@.........
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2011 17:39:25 +0000

Hi Jim,

Thanks for the answer. I have just recently found out that I can get GPS
signal by just placing that GPS antenna that I use out in the window. It
doesn't even have to be outside. But that is good, as I won't have
access to place the antenna outside.

I am moving to Denmark. So I don't expect to record a lot of earthquakes
there. But it is still worth trying anyway.

I am using a geophone with all three direction (E-W, N-S, Z).

J=F3n Fr=EDmann.

On m=E1n, 2011-01-24 at 09:37 -0500, Jim and Connie Lehman wrote:
> Jon-- 3rd floor may not be ideal, but should work.  Years ago I received=
> mail from Puerto Rica where a gentleman had a long period sensor on the 1=
> floor of a high rise--he achieved good results, and at that time for=20
> him,wind sway was the chief noise he contended with.  Strains & stresses =
> well as electronic noise of an occupied building will no doubt show, but=
> sometimes that makes copy more interesting!!  Think of it as being a seis=
> engineer's wonderland...
> Jim Lehman
> ----- Original Message -----=20
> From: "J=F3n Fr=EDmann" 
> To: "PSN-Postlist" 
> Sent: Sunday, January 23, 2011 5:28 PM
> Subject: Recording earthquakes from 3rd floor
> Hi all,
> What are my chances of recording a earthquakes from 3rd floor ? I am
> going to move in few days and I got a apartment on the 3rd floor.
> My Hvammstangi station is going to remain, but it has been replaced by a
> new station with the same name.
> Regards,


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