Since 1993, worlwide independent initiative of some workers in the field of radio meteor scatter
What is rmob used for ? An sample, on NASA -ADS

About RMOB

What is rmob used for ? An sample, on NASA -ADS
The RMOB is an independent initiative of some workers in the field of radio meteor scatter observations and data reduction. It started in August 1993 in order to spread the Perseid results via E-mail. Since then, it has appeared monthly, and it has gradually been expanded. In regularly publishing summaries of observations, potential radio observers are kept up to date of existing installations, possibilities and limitations of radio meteor observations. In the long run, there should be sufficient observing stations to cover the whole globe, allowing to detect stream outbursts which may remain unnoticed visually. RMOB contains typically: summaries of previous month's observations, equipment data, first results of stream activity by radio methods, relations between radio and optical meteors, references to other publications in the field of meteor astronomy and radio scatter techniques, announcements of meetings, short questions and answers, links to interesting web sites. Contributors are mentioned, and interested persons are asked to contact them directly. RMOB can be copied freely in unabridged and unmodified form. Extracts should indicate the source (Radio Meteor Obs Bulletin, month and year). Please follow us on Facebook RMOB GROUP

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What is rmob used for ? An sample, on NASA -ADS
Observer's list (by date/time last upload data) and location
#1  Philippe RAINARD  #2  Pierre Terrier  #3  Masaki Kano_3  #4  Rafael Martinez  #5  Masaki Kano  #6  Jacques Molne  #7  Masaki Kano_2  #8  Jochen Richert_2  #9  Jochen Richert_1  #10  Richard MORISAN  #11  DanielD SAT01_DD  #12  ZEBRAK-R5  #13  SVAKOV-R12  #14  NACHODSKO-R5  #15  DDMTREBIC-R3  #16  OBSUPICE-R6  #17  HFKVARY-R1  #18  FLZ-R0  #19  Andrew Klekociuk  #20  BRAMON Zaac_Leite  #21  Stan Nelson  #22  Philip Norton  #23  Karlovsky Hlohovec_Observatory  #24  Nick Norman  #25  Ian Ian_Evans  #26  Philip NortonVert  #27  Halei BI7NTP  #28  Romano Serra 

This map below is produced by RaMAP (Radio Meteor Activity Projection) © Esteban Holgado N. see softwares

DATA Archives

From 1993 to now in text format
From 2000 to now in Colorgramme format


Current softwares used by RMOB observer's
Download and links (fly over images)



  • Bolidozor

  • Spectrum Lab

  • Echoes Software

  • SDR - Software-defined radio

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