SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    Paul A. Bernhardt, Matthew A. Hei, Carl L. Siefring, Matthew R. Wilkens, Predictions of HF system performance for propagation through disturbed ionospheres measured using low-Earth-orbit satellite radio beacon tomography, Radio Science, 2014, 49, 7
  2. 2
    Hai-Sheng Zhao, Zheng-Wen Xu, Zhen-Sen Wu, Jian Wu, Qing-Lin Zhu, Kun Liu, A stable and fast method of ionospheric tomography by using diverse data sources, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 2013, 97, 99

    CrossRef

  3. 3
    Sergey V. Fridman, L. J. Nickisch, Mark Hausman, Inversion of backscatter ionograms and TEC data for over-the-horizon radar, Radio Science, 2012, 47, 4
  4. 4
    Hai-Sheng Zhao, Zheng-Wen Xu, Jian Wu, Zhan-Ge Wang, Ionospheric tomography by combining vertical and oblique sounding data with TEC retrieved from a tri-band beacon, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics (1978–2012), 2010, 115, A10
  5. 5
    Paul S. Cannon, Mitigation and exploitation of the ionosphere: A military perspective, Radio Science, 2009, 44, 1
  6. 6
    Sergey V. Fridman, L. J. Nickisch, Mark Hausman, Personal-computer-based system for real-time reconstruction of the three-dimensional ionosphere using data from diverse sources, Radio Science, 2009, 44, 3
  7. 7
    Giovanni Occhipinti, E. Alam Kherani, Philippe Lognonné, Geomagnetic dependence of ionospheric disturbances induced by tsunamigenic internal gravity waves, Geophysical Journal International, 2008, 173, 3
  8. 8
    L. J. Nickisch, Mark A. Hausman, Sergey V. Fridman, Range rate–Doppler correlation for HF propagation in traveling ionospheric disturbance environments, Radio Science, 2006, 41, 5
  9. 9
    Sergey V. Fridman, L. J. Nickisch, Mark Aiello, Mark Hausman, Real-time reconstruction of the three-dimensional ionosphere using data from a network of GPS receivers, Radio Science, 2006, 41, 5