Effects of Ionospheric Motions and Irregularities on HF Radio Propagation
A tutorial account is given of observations of motions and irregularities in the ionosphere, of current theories of their origin, particularly those attributable to atmospheric-wave mechanisms, and of ray-tracing techniques for interpreting radio observations.
KeywordsTotal Electron Content Radio Wave Ionospheric Disturbance Internal Gravity Wave Radio Observation
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