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Title: Some studies of solar flare effects on the propagation of sferics and a transmitted signal
Authors: De, B K
De, S S
Bandyopadhyay, B
Paul, Suman
Barui, S
Haldar, D K
Keywords: Ionosphere
Geomagnetic storms
Solar flare
Issue Date: Oct-2009
Publisher: CSIR
PACS No.: 94.20.wg; 94.20.Vv; 96.60.qe
Abstract: Apart from diurnal and seasonal variations, integrated field intensity of sferics (IFIS) exhibits characteristic variations in relation to various geophysical and solar events like geomagnetic storms, meteor showers, solar X-ray flares and solar radio emission. Continuous monitoring of IFIS at frequencies 1, 3, 6, 9 and 12 kHz from Agartala (latitude 23ºN) are being made over the last several years. The analyses of some preliminary observations in relation to solar flares are reported in the paper. Solar flare effects on the propagation of transmitted signals at 16.3 kHz recorded in Kolkata (latitude 22.56ºN) during November 2004 have also been presented
Page(s): 260-265
ISSN: 0975-105X (Online); 0367-8393 (Print)
Source:IJRSP Vol.38(5) [October 2009]

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