Transmission of waves near the lower oblique resonance using dipoles in the ionosphere



[1] The observations in the OEDIPUS-C experiment of bistatic propagation along the lower oblique resonance cone between a separated transmitter and receiver in the ionosphere are explained through detailed calculations of the radiated field of the V-dipole antenna used in the experiment and by a novel theory of the receiving antenna under resonance conditions. Unexpectedly high values of 25 kHz signal observed at the resonance and its structure agree well with calculations of the transmission between the exciter and receiver, when antenna layout and dispersive properties of the plasma at resonance are taken into account.