Ham Hoping to Crowd-Fund Experimental Time at HAARP Facility

Another Luxembourg Effect experiment could take place at Alaska’s High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) facility during its September research campaign. Jeff Dumps, KL4IU — a self-described construction worker, electronics technician, and radio enthusiast — wants to purchase 12 minutes at the HAARP controls to carry out his investigation, which he’s hoping to fund with donations. Dumps told ARRL that if he doesn’t meet his funding goal, he’ll donate whatever money has been contributed to the Arctic Amateur Radio Club (KL7KC) and HAARP.

“My experiment will attempt to answer some questions about how audio frequencies transfer between radio stations during the Luxembourg Effect (Ionospheric Cross Modulation),” Dumps explained in describing his proposed experiment.

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