Accession Number : ADP001438
Title : Fine Structure in Metre-Wave Solar Radio Bursts,
Corporate Author : TASMANIA UNIV HOBART (AUSTRALIA) DEPT OF PHYSICS
Personal Author(s) : McConnell,D. ; Ellis,G. R. A.
Report Date : 27 DEC 1982
Pagination or Media Count : 6
Abstract : Observations with high time resolution (< 1 ms) have been made in the frequency range 30-82 MHz. During June 1979 several thousand bursts with bandwidth of approx. 100 kHz drift rates were between -1.5 and -5 MHz 1s. They belong to the classification 'fast-drift storm bursts' (FDS bursts). Approximately 1% of the bursts in the present observations showed bands or fringes in the frequency-time plane almost parallel to the time axis and with a frequency separation of about 100 kHz. Examples of FDS bursts and FDS bursts with fringes are provided. The presence of fringes and their short duration at a single frequency are also considered.
Descriptors : *Solar disturbances, *Radio signals, Burst transmission, Drift, Spectrum analysis, High resolution, Power spectra, Short range(Time), Solar radiation, Australia
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE