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|Title:||Characteristics of the observed low latitude very low frequency emission periods and whistler-mode group delays at Jammu|
|Abstract:||First observations on the relationship between whistlers and periodic very low frequency (VLF) emissions observed at low latitude ground station Jammu (geomagn. lat., 22° 26' N; L = 1.17) are presented. The results have been discussed in the present paper. To explain the results it is proposed that the periodic VLF emissions are generated near the equatorial region at L ~ 1.2 as a result of interaction between trapped energetic particles and one-hop whistlers under cyclotron resonance mechanism and propagated to the ground station Jammu in nonducted mode of whistler propagation.|
|ISSN:||0975-105X (Online); 0367-8393 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJRSP Vol.30(4) [August 2001]|
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