Subtitle: Comments too good to get lost.
This is a page where very interesting comments from the crowd are stored.
They might go into a post later but as long as those are questions which are frequently asked, it is nice to have a place to store them.
Judith explained the letters used in http://www.avcan.org/?m=Noticias&a=noticia&N=931 to Diana
Are these the answers tgo the letters you may be looking at?
First part…. Types of names of code deanery of band for seismometers… those who have no corner period are assumed to be greater than 10 sec code band = band, sample rate (hz) and corner type period (sec)
E = period extremely short, greater than or equal 80 and less than 250 and less than 10 sec S period = period short, greater than or equal to 10 and less than 80 and period of less than 10 sec
H = High broadband, greater than or equal 80 and less than 250 and greater than or equal to 10 sec
B period = broad band greater than or equal to 10 and less than 80 and period greater than or equal to 10 sec
M = period average, more that one and less than 10 L = long, close to 1
V = very long period, close to 1
U = very short period close to 0.01