Graphiques de l'Electrosmog de 0.1 à 144 MHz
The colour of the sky varies according to the power of the radio waves.
The charts of Electrosmog are computer generated images that have been printed on paper. They were made using data on the presence of radio waves picked up by my e-smog-scan. Each of the 6000 circles comprising the image is linked to a frequency. Those outside of the disk correspond to low frequencies (0,1 Mhz) while those in the centre correspond to very high ones (144 MHz). The brightness of each of the circles varies according to the power of the radio signal. The colour of the graph corresponds to the colour of the sky at the time of the data capture.
There is an inherent logic to the chart’s circular format. In fact, if one takes the physical properties of radio waves, the lower the frequency, the further the waves travel. Inversely, high frequency have a penetrative capacity, but do not travel far. In addition to seeing the quantity of waves that are present, the charts also make it possible to have an idea of the relative distance that each one travelled.
8 charts have been compiled up until now: Berlin, Istanbul, Mumbai, Hong Kong, San-Francisco, Montreal, Venice and Toronto.
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