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Meter and Decameter Wavelength Positions of Solar Radio Bursts of July 31–August 7, 1972

  • M. R. Kundu (a1) and W. C. Erickson (a1)

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(Solar Phys.). The positional analysis of solar bursts at meter and decameter wavelengths during the period July 31–August 7, 1972 is presented. The observations were taken with two arrays – a log periodic array of 16 elements situated on an E–W base line of 3.3 km and portions of the new Clark Lake array in the form of a Tee (an E–W arm of 32 log spiral antennas and a N–S arm of 16 similar antennas). The new array operates over the frequency range 10–120 MHz and has angular resolutions of approximately 3.′5 at 100 MHz and 8.′5 at 40 MHz in the E–W direction.

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Meter and Decameter Wavelength Positions of Solar Radio Bursts of July 31–August 7, 1972

  • M. R. Kundu (a1) and W. C. Erickson (a1)

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