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dc.contributor.authorOwren, Leif
dc.contributor.authorLittle, C. Gordon
dc.description.abstractThe object of this investigation is to obtain additional information concerning the effects of aurora on high frequency radio signals which is essential to a complete understanding of new modes of propagation that have tactical and strategic applications.en_US
dc.description.sponsorshipSignal Corps Contract No. DA-36-039-SC-71137 Department of the Army Project No. 3-99-03-022 Signal Corps Project No. 182Ben_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsLIST OF FIGURES -- [SECTION I] PURPOSE -- [SECTION II] ABSTRACT -- [SECTION III] PUBLICATIONS. LECTURES, REPORTS AND CONFERENCES -- [SECTION IV] FACTUAL DATA : 1. Signal Outage Time on Short Paths and Blackouts Compared for Years of High and Low Solar Activity. ; 2. Study of Possible Relations between Transmission over Long Paths and Ionospheric,Magnetic and Solar Phenomena. ; 3. Study of Fluctuation Indices. ; 4. Effects of Ionospheric Absorption and Irregularities on 4 Mc/s Short Path Transmission. ; 5. F2 Region Parameters at College for the Period June 1941 Through December 1956. ; 6. Tables of Monthly Medians Signal Strength June 1949-December 1950 and January 1954-October 1955. -- [SECTION V] OVERALL CONCLUSIONS -- [SECTION VI] RECOMMENDATIONS -- [SECTION VII] PERSONNELen_US
dc.publisherGeophysical Institute at the University of Alaskaen_US
dc.sourceGeophysical Instituteen_US
dc.titleArctic Radio Wave Propagationen_US
dc.title.alternativeTask A, Analysis of C-W Data, Final Reporten_US

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