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ELF waves in the presence of exponential ionospheric conductivity profiles

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Galejs, Janis ; Applied Research Laboratory, Sylvania Electric Products Inc., Waltham, MA, USA

Based on the theory of Nicolet and Ailkin, the profile of ionospheric conductivity exhibits a nearly exponential variation with altitude through theDlayer and the lower edge of theElayer. Propagation of ELF waves below this exponential layer is considered after calculating the surface impedanceZ_{s}at an altitudehwhere the local refractive indexndoes not necessarily satisfy|n|gg1. The propagation constant is determined by an iteration process. This model of an isotropic nonhomogeneous ionosphere is a closer approximation of the propagation geometry than are earlier models, whereZ_{s}was defined athwhere|n|gg1. The present model accounts simultaneously for ELF attenuation rates as measured by Jean, and earth-ionosphere cavity resonances as observed by Balser and Wagner.

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Antennas and Propagation, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

November 1961

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