For further background on the Rainwire Project please see :
Download the sound recordings for both rain events discussed in this paper :
Checking wire tension is very important... the wire we use is high grade agricultural stock fencing wire made by Warratah which is specified with an accurate recommended tension and breaking strain.
Sound recordings for both rain events :
Sequence of pictures captured from the local online Wagga Wagga weather radar :
Spectrograms of the two Rainwire Prototype recordings :
Spectral Analysis of a single channel from the 1st 14mins of each recording :
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