2 edition of atlas of oblique-incidence high-frequency backscatter ionograms of the midlatitutde ionosphere found in the catalog.
atlas of oblique-incidence high-frequency backscatter ionograms of the midlatitutde ionosphere
R. D. Hunsucker
|Statement||Robert D. Hunsucker.|
|Series||ESSA technical report -- ERL 162-ITS 104|
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Science Services Administration, Institute for Telecommunication Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||132|
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Effect of the ionosphere on space and terrestrial systems: based on Ionosphere Effects Symposium held in Crystal City, Arlington, Va., January/ (Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., ), by Va.) Ionosphere Effects Symposium ( Arlington, John M. Goodman, Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.), and United States.
Office of Naval. Books contributed by Penn State University. This banner text can have markup. The NRL (Naval Research Laboratory) Data Base of Oblique-Incidence Soundings of the Ionosphere Article (PDF Available) September with 70 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Four different ionospheric probing techniques which all use pulsed radio waves at oblique incidence are discussed. These are (a) the study of radio aurorae by means of auroral radar equipment in which the transmitter and receiver are situated at the same location, (b) meteor radar investigations of meteor trains and their movements, (c) high-frequency ground backscatter, in which radio waves Cited by: 3.
oblique incidence ionosonde has not been widely applied. The oblique incidence ionosonde can monitor the ionosphere over ocean, marsh, desert and so on, where it is not practical to deploy vertical incidence sounder.
Oblique sounding may be used to obtain information about the ionosphere near the mid-point between two ionosonde sites. Three different ionospheric probing techniques which all use continuous waves at oblique incidence are discussed. These are (a) the high-frequency Dop Cited by: 2.
Specific features of the variations and structure of the ionosphere above northern Europe during the known magnetospheric storm of Januhave been analyzed using the oblique-incidence backscatter (OIB) methods.
The OIB equipment installed near St. Petersburg, Gor’kovskaya (AANII), represent a BIZON small radar, the data of which were compared with the CUTLASS radar Cited by: 4.
Wuhan Ionospheric Oblique Backscattering Sounding System (WIOBSS) is a high-frequency (HF) sky wave over-the-horizon radar developed for ionospheric research and HF channel management.
Investigation of Large-Scale Wave-Like Ionospheric Disturbances over Siberian Region of Russia Using Oblique-Incidence Sounding Data V. Ivanova1, V. Kurkin2, N. Polekh3, L. Chistyakova4, D.
Ivanov5, I. Bryn’ko6, Z. Dumbrava7, and I. Poddel’sky8 1Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics SB RAS, Lermontov str., a, p/o boxIrkutsk. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics /JA Table 1 TimesatWhichEachCrestandTroughWasObservedatMHzinBothVirtualandTrueHeight Cited by: 3.
The paper presents the methods and algorithms for positioning the dynamic (moving) objects using the oblique-incidence ionospheric sounding by chirp signals. Full-scale experiments have been performed to determine a distance to an object and its by: 1.