Artistic research on the mythical past of a Soviet early-earning Radio Location Station (RLS) operating from 1967 – 1998 near Skrunda, Latvia. Internationally known as "henhouse" radars, these powerful transmitters – emitting impulse type signals, detected in the West as "woodpecker" – were allegedly responsible in the nineteen-seventies for shutting down radio transmissions all over the world on at least two occasions for up to seven minutes.
Authors: Raitis Smits, Rasa Smite, Martins Ratniks, Linda Vebere, RIXC
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