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Technical information

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Technical information

Although most of the technical information on how to record planthopper vibration signals can be found in various scientific publications, this information is not always avaible to non-professionals and usually lacks sufficient practical detail. Therefore, the information offered here is especially intended for those who are considering to try and record planthopper signals themselves, and who would like to have some practical guidelines on how to get started. However, this information does not pretend to be complete and guarantees for success cannot be given. There will allways be room for personal adjustment and improvisation. For questions and advise on technical issues, please use the contact form.

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