INAG Bulletin on the Web

INAG-67 - 2006

Opening Comments

My thanks to past contributors. I also live in hope of future contributors.

If you have a note, article, interesting data sequence, peculiar ionogram, techniques, scaling problem, or any other item of possible interest to the ionosonde community, send it to me now so it can be added to INAG Bulletin 67.

Phil Wilkinson
INAG Editor

Seventy Five Years of Continuous Ionospheric monitoring (67kB)

(Added 11 January 2006)

Chris Davis
Space Science Department, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, United Kingdom

Systems for Ionogram Register: I Ionogram acquisition (255kB)

(Added date 6 February 2006)

Jose Silvio Gonzalez, Garcia Olivera Barbara and Barrios Ortiz Herminio
Institute of Geophysics and Astronomy (IGA), Agency of Environment, Ministry of Sciences Technology and Environment (CITMA). Cuba

Varona Varona Pablo and Gonzalez Marrero Orestes
Institute of Meteorologia, Agency of Environment, Ministry of Sciences Technology and Environment (CITMA). Cuba

The 75th Anniversary 12UT (11 January 2006) Ionograms impact ~5 MB

(Added 10 March 2006)

Compiled by Phil Wilkinson
IPS Radio and Space Services, Australia

A New Network of Digital Ionosondes in Brazil (size 12kB)

(Added 10 March 2006)

Dr. Paulo Fagundes

Letter Topic: Closure of the UK Ionosondes at Chilton and Port Stanley (size 20kB)

(Added 21 March 2006)

Sarah James, Head of Ionospheric Monitoring at RAL (s.f.james @ rl.ac.uk)
Ionospheric Monitoring Group
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Chilton
Didcot OX11 0QX
UK

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