In the first place, I installed my RBoom in the crawlspace of my house, which is equipped with a natural ventilation grid at each corner. I believe that at that location, the infrasounds were low-pass filtered, the helicorder was rather flat, though I happened to catch the Paris gas explosion some 32 Km away. The wind was very much of a problem as I had some pressure pumping in the crawlspace when the wind blows : it make strong low frequency signals on the helicorder, especially when I tried the 20 s capillary during a couple of weeks.
Also, I could see a lot of the family social life signals, due to the “trampoline” effect of the lower floor made of concrete : steps, washing machine and dryer… Very much like a RShake would do.
Today my RBoom is located in the attic, the capillary is back to 1 s and I think this location is much better for infrasound enthusiasts. Wind is much less of a problem, I can see a lot of helicopter fly by, the bandpass of the signal are full band (0 to 50 Hz), far less social life artifacts, except my lanmower monochromatic (though somewhat modulated) signal…
I hope this helps,
Patrick RD44E (near Paris, France).