As far as finding a spot to observe in Oregon, Mt. McLoughlin is a 9,500ft
non-technical peak in Southern Oregon that is 1NM from the 4,000ft AGL
boundary. I'd be totally willing to climb with a laptop for science.
On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 10:30 AM, Nathan Bergey <nathan.ber...@gmail.com>
> Woah, that's fascinating.
> We would need to get one of the other GPS boards streaming IQ data
> reliably--which we really want to do anyway. It's too far of a trip to
> take just for this, I think. Depends on how crazy we're feeling.
> Might as well record somewhere high up in Portland (Skyline?) just in
> case we can see something, though it looks pretty unlikely.
> Based on the circles size and the way it cites altitudes I'm pretty
> sure the interference will be terrestrial. Then again maybe that's
> what they want us to think :)
> On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 10:19 AM, I <kirk...@pdx.edu> wrote:
> > To the GPS folks, there is an interesting event that will occur this week
> > starting in 15 minutes or so, and going on sporadically this
> > There is a planned GPS outage over a broad area detailed here:
> > This is centered on a restricted area in Nevada. No idea what kind of
> > this will be.
> > From the map, it won't likely affect any of us in the northwest below
> > ft altitude, but it might be interesting to contact anyone you know
> > the map circles and see what they experience. Bonus points for anyone
> > can log data in the L1, L2, and/or L5 bands in or out of the circles. It
> > would be cool to know if the outage is just a CW jammer, CDMA jammer, or
> > some kind of JEDI satellite tricks.
> > Enjoy...
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