Some of you may be aware of the Radio Meteor Detection collaboration Project which is a group of contributors who submit their monthly log files after which we do a number of things with the data see here for more info: https://radiometeordetection.org/about
Our latest exciting project is to see if we can successfully match Radio and Video events to aid our understanding of meteor phenomena, so we are now starting to Map Radio Meteor Altitudes for GRAVES.
Thank you for the post. I am certainly happy to contribute my data in anyway that I can. I have been detecting meteors using the GRAVES radar for sometime (with various level of success). I am also currently starting to build a video meteor detector so that I can contribute to the UK MON and NEMATODE where possible. I will take a look at the websites for more info.