By Masashi Hayakawa
The most recent achievements of earthquake prediction through radio verbal exchange structures, via the world's best authority Prof. Hayakawa is likely one of the global leaders within the box of seismo-electromagnetics for EQ prediction and this sector of study continues to be evolving offers the basics of radio communications and radio propagation, utilizing the radio noises and propagation anomalies as a precursor of earthquakes Considers the mix of alternative forms of seismogenic electromagnetic signs of either normal and synthetic personality well timed subject following the new series of hugely harmful earthquakes all over the world
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Continuous irregular noise is called “random noise” (as in Fig. 19a). This type of noise includes thermal noise in the electric/electronic circuit, cosmic noise, and so on. 19c. The noise from the discharge point of automobiles is known to belong to this type and appears very periodically in time (see Fig. 19d). The frequency spectrum for this type of impulsive noises is found to extend up to a few gigahertz. 17 Schematic illustration of radio noises of different origins. 18 Frequency spectra of natural noises.
12b shows another example of Ktype fading due to the propagation over the sea with high ground-reflection coefficient, which is characterized by deep fading with very short periods. This kind of fading appears nearly always, and the fading pattern is quite different with different frequencies. When there is no fading in the propagation path, the electric field intensity is usually very constant and very stable. However, in this kind of propagation channel, fading is inevitable on some occasions.
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Earthquake Prediction with Radio Techniques by Masashi Hayakawa