Whenever you set up a new data collection system, it is necessary to verify or calibrate it against some other standard to make sure that it is actually working.
Yesterday we had our second major confirmation that the system is picking up solar events by comparing them to another radio telescope system.

Our one hour SCO log graph from 2011 July 07 from 20:00 to 21:00 UT showing three distinct events at approx 20:03, 20:10 and 20:25 UT
Our data comes from our Skypipe software running at 1 data point per second, a dual dipole antenna located outside Yarker Ontario Canada.

Two higher resolution images of the 2nd event at 20:10 and the 3rd event at 20:25 UT from The Hawk’s Nest Radio Astronomy Observatory of Jim Brown is near Industry Pennsylvania USA

You can see the double peak event on the 20:10UT event as well as the matching curve shape of the 20:25UT event.

20:25UT was 16:25 EDT or 15:25 EST which puts the sun 3:25 hours past approximate transit (varying by longitude) which at 15 degrees/hour is approx 50 degrees west of south. This means the dipole sensitivity lobe is quite broad… at least 100 degrees of azimuth around due south (where it is aimed).