Ionospheric Radio

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IET, 1990 - 580 sidor
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Ionospheric Radio replaces an earlier publication Ionospheric Propogation and is aimed at professional scientists, engineers, and students who need an intermediate-level reference and/or text. Students of aeronomy and radio wave propogation are introduced to basic wave theory in absorbing, anisotropic and dispersive media, and to the physics of production, loss and movement of plasma in the ionosphere in the presence of the geomagnetic field. Various radio techniques are described, and applications to the interpretation of ionospheric structures and dynamics are presented. The application of ionospheric data to radio communications problems includes the use of numerical and physical models and prediction techniques, and methods for calculating signal strengths are presented. Topics include Earth-space propagation, ionospheric modification, ionospheric disturbances, propagation by scattering from plasma irregularities, topside sounding, and propagation on frequencies from the extremely low to the super high. Reference lists are extensive and a section of questions tests the reader's understanding of the material.

 

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Characteristics of waves and plasmas
1
Solarterrestrial relationships
27
Magnetoionic theory
70
Radio soundings of the ionosphere
89
Morphology of the ionosphere
124
Oblique propagation
155
Amplitude and phase
208
Earthspace propagation
260
Ionospheric disturbances and their effects on radio communication
312
Low very low and extremely low frequencies
367
Medium frequencies
409
Highfrequency propagation predictions
441
Propagation on very high frequencies
470
Ionospheric modification
506
Exercises
538
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