Accession Number : AD0638153
Title : PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE ON IONOSPHERIC RESEARCH (JUNE 1949).
Descriptive Note : Geophysical research papers.
Corporate Author : AIR FORCE CAMBRIDGE RESEARCH LABS L G HANSCOM FIELD MASS
Personal Author(s) : Underhill ,Bradford B. ; Donaldson,Ralph J. , Jr
Report Date : DEC 1950
Pagination or Media Count : 182
Abstract : Contents: The propagation of long and very-long waves, Application of the magneto-ionic theory to radio waves incident obliquely upon a horizontally-stratified ionosphere, Pulse transmission over long distances, The interpretation of long scatter echo patterns, The effect of the lorentz polarization term on the vertical incidence absorption in a deviating ionosphere layer, Sporadic ionization at high latitudes, A study of radio reflections from meteor trails in research on the upper atmosphere, Effect of the D-ionospheric layer on very low frequency radio waves, Ionospheric research in the U. S. Air Force, Ionospheric research at the Pennsylvania State College, Oblique-incidence propagation work at the Central Radio Propagation Laboratory, The production of fading by an irregular ionosphere, Summary of Conference, Summary of a meeting on mathematical problems in ionospheric research.
Descriptors : (*IONOSPHERE, SYMPOSIA), IONOSPHERIC PROPAGATION, RADIO WAVES, THEORY, ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSES, SCATTERING, IONIZATION, ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE REFLECTIONS, ATTENUATION, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, VERY LOW FREQUENCY
Subject Categories : Atmospheric Physics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE