ELF communications system ecological monitoring program summary of 1989 progress by John E. Zapotosky

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  • Wisconsin,
  • Chequamegon National Forest.,
  • Michigan.


  • ELF electromagnetic fields -- Environmental aspects -- Wisconsin -- Chequamegon National Forest.,
  • ELF electromagnetic fields -- Environmental aspects -- Michigan.,
  • Environmental monitoring -- Wisconsin -- Chequamegon National Forest.,
  • Environmental monitoring -- Michigan.

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StatementJohn E. Zapotosky ; prepared for Submarine Communications Project Office, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command ; submitted by IIT Research Institute.
ContributionsUnited States. Space and Naval Systems Command. Submarine Communications Project Office., IIT Research Institute.
LC ClassificationsQH545.E4 Z37 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1612050M
LC Control Number91152001

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the Extremely Low Frequency communications project—Project ELF—is designed to communicate with deeply-submerged submarines. Project ELF uses low-frequency waves to signal one-way coded messages to US and British Trident and Fast Attack submarines. The system alerts them to surface to receive a more detailed communication.

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ELF/VLF stands for Extremely Low Frequency and Very Low Frequency, and refers to the range Hz to 30 kHz. We're talking about radio waves, like the AM/FM signals you get, just at an even lower frequency. On our planet, the most potent source of ELF/VLF waves is lightning, so a lot of what we do comes down to studying lightning and its.

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