The Periodic City, Part II

Here we have a week’s span of air (ADS-B, air traffic control frequencies) and vehicle (TPMS (tire pressure sensors)) traffic.  This augments the previous Periodic City post nicely.  (Right click->View Image to see a larger version)


The lulls in the ATC radio traffic “sort of” correspond to ADS-B (aircraft telemetry) traffic.  But not entirely.  There are still aircraft overhead even when MCI is dead.


The TPMS graph shows a definite pattern (x-axis is UTC).


Here is the graph for just one TPMS serial number (one tire sensor).  The two days where there is no ‘blip’ are Saturday and Sunday.  We guess this person is traveling to or from work.

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