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|Authors: ||Cander, L. R.*|
|Title: ||Space weather and RF communications: Monitoring and modelling|
|Title of journal: ||Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics|
|Series/Report no.: ||12 / 67 (2005)|
|Issue Date: ||Aug-2005|
|Keywords: ||Space weather|
|Abstract: ||At the beginning of the new millennium, ionospheric physics and its application in new technologies are at a point of significant change and new development.
Ionospheric studies in the past found application in the traditional areas of broadcast and terrestrial radio communications. It has become clear, in recent years, that an understanding of the ionosphere, as a part of the upper atmosphere, is central to the design of many
modern communication, navigation and positioning systems. An important additional role has also been recognized in the areas of space weather science and services.
This issue of the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics collects selected contributions presented at the Solar-Terrestrial Sciences session ST14 on
"Space weather and RF communications: monitoring and modelling" held during the first General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (Nice, France, 25–30 April 2004).|
|Description: ||Preface to Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 67 (2005)|
|Appears in Collections:||05.07.02. Space weather|
01.01.04. Processes and Dynamics
01.02.05. Wave propagation
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