OK, You are beginning to get the idea and we havent even gotten to TV and FM radio! One problem with the previous list… Those signals dont leave earth particularly well. They are refracted around the planet and pretty much stay local. So, lets start looking at the more relevant list.
SETI@Home info SETI@home looks at 2.5 MHz of data, centered at 1420 MHz This is still too broad a spectrum to send for analysis, so it is broken up into 256 pieces, each 9766 Hz This yields 107 seconds of 10 kHz (20kbps) data. 100 seconds times 20,000 bits equals 2,000,000 bits, or about 0.25 megabytes = a "work-unit.". http://seticlassic.ssl.berkeley.edu/about_seti/about_seti_at_home_2.html
If WE are transmitting all over How come we are Only listening here
Sounds of Pulsars – Rapidly Spinning Neutron Stars Crab – Supernova in 1054 AD - ~ 30 rotations/sec PSR J0437-4715 an old pulsar ~ 174 rotations/sec PSR B0329 + 54 period=.714519 sec. 1.40 rotations/sec PSR B1937+21 Fastest Known – Period=.00155780644887275 sec ~642 rotations/sec the surface of the star is going about 1/7 the speed of light Vela – 10,000 years old – 89 millisecond – 11 rotations/sec