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Topband: Radials And Snow

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Subject: Topband: Radials And Snow
From: (thomas giella)
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 00:19:11 -0500
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Bill Gerhold Asked:
Has anyone ever measured the conductive properties of snow?
Seawater 5000 mS/m
Pastoral 30 mS/m
Fresh Water 1 mS/m
City heavy Industrial 0.1 mS/m

Fresh Snow 0.005 mS/m

Thomas Giella, KN4LF

Plant City, FL
Grid Square- EL88wx
CQ Zone 5
ITU Zone 8


KN4LF 160 Meter Amateur Radio Resources And More:

Florida Meteorological & Climatic Institute:
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sked:</DIV> <DIV>Has anyone ever measured the conductive properties of sn=
ow?<BR>&nbsp;</DIV> <DIV>Seawater 5000 mS/m</DIV> <DIV>Pastoral 30 mS/m</=
DIV> <DIV>Fresh Water 1 mS/m</DIV> <DIV>City heavy Industrial 0.1 mS/m</D=
IV> <DIV>&nbsp;</DIV> <DIV>Fresh Snow 0.005 mS/m</DIV> <DIV><BR><BR>73,<B=
R>Thomas Giella, KN4LF<BR><BR>Plant City, FL<BR>Grid Square- EL88wx<BR>CQ=
 Zone 5<BR>ITU Zone 8<BR><BR>Email:<BR><BR>KN4LF 160 Me=
ter Amateur Radio Resources And More:<BR><BR><BR>Flor=
ida Meteorological &amp; Climatic Institute:<BR>


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