The Ionosphere: Communications, Surveillance, and Direction Finding
This introductory text describes the ionosphere and its effects on systems which use it, giving special emphasis to HF communications. Further sections cover topics such as the single station location of HF transmitters and over-the-horizon radar.
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THE QUIET SUN
IONOGRAMS AND THEIR INTERPRETATION
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