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Title: Characteristics of Scintillations of 40 MHz Satellite Signals Observed at Kurukshetra
Authors: Dutta, H N
Chaturvedi, Rakesh
Bhardwaj, R K
Dabas, R S
Lal, J B
Issue Date: Jun-1978
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Abstract: The Faraday fading records of 40 MHz transmissions from the beacon satellite BE-C recorded at Kurukshetra (lat. 29'9°N; long. 76'8°E) during Oct. 1970-May 1972 have been utilized for the study of : (i) the latitudinal variation of occurrence of scintillations; (ii) the correlation of scintillation index (SI) with foF2 and total electron content (TEC); (iii) the effect of solar activity on scintillations and (iv) the correlation of SI with spread-F. The percentage occurrence of scintillations was observed to be higher towards north than towards south of Kurukshetra with a minimum occurrence between 27° and 28°N sub-ionospheric latitude. The SI bears negative association with foF2, TEC and solar activity, and it is found to be positively correlated with spread-F index.
Page(s): 135-138
URI: http://nopr.niscair.res.in/handle/123456789/37293
ISSN: 0975-105X (Online); 0367-8393 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJRSP Vol.07(3) [June 1978]

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