Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Ivan Cholakov (NO2CW), who writes:
I never got a chance to summarize my results of the AM scans I did during the 2017 total eclipse.
I used an SDR and a 40 foot end-fed antenna located in a park near the Nashville, TN airport.
On the plus side I did notice a spike of AM signals and amateur radio signals especially on 40 meters. On the negative side, my AM scans were adversely affected by the nearby powerhouse WSM transmitter on 650 kHz.
I’ve attached my results in a spreadsheet [embedded] below.
Fantastic, Ivan! Thank you for taking the time to go through your recordings and make these notes. No doubt, this log took a few hours to compile. I’ve yet to go through my eclipse spectrum recordings–!
Again, thanks for sharing!
Click here to view Ivan’s previous post which includes a bandscan of the 2017 Eclipse QSO Party.