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280 x 217 mm. 4to. 147-157 pp. [Entire volume: [xii], 700 pp.] 14 figs., 1 table. Navy buckram, gilt spine. Ex library blind-stamp of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Mount Wilson Observatory. Fine. FIRST EDITION. Radio communications take place in the earth's ionosphere, and the sun affects the ionosphere. This paper presents material on the relationship between the effects solar activity on the ionosophere and radio communications. H. W. Wells was a member of the scientific staff of the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution of Washington engaged in ionospheric and associated research in the United States and Peru. Wells was instrumental in developing apparatus for multi-frequency ionospheric exploration, in extending our knowledge of world-wide ionospheric characteristics, and in applying this information to theoretical analyses of the earth's magnetic field together with its practical application to radio wave-propagation. First Edition.
Title: Effects of solar activity on the ionosphere and radio communications.
Categories: Solar Physics,
Publisher: In: Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol. 31, 1943. New York:, Institute of Radio Engineers, 1943.: 1943
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Seller ID: S5202
Keywords: Solar Physics