|Nov. 17th.,'05. TMO, BRO, and possibly others.|
Conditions were pretty good, and the good news was that there was very little storm activity in the entire US; the bad news was that what there was, the one isolated cell, was only about 100 miles south of here . . . Big crashes, but not many of them.
Ah, yes. A couple of things that I can't do much about: There is a 'mystery meat' line at '302.3 the source of which is a total, well, mystery. All I know is that it is propagated; ditto a loud three-minute 'carrier' every 30 minutes or so up at about '303.2. Like Dr. Strangelove, I've given up worrying about them, but instead love that they provide a handy indication of system sensitivity, and by how much it is degraded by Argo's AGC in relation to band noise (or big signals).
Bring it on!