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Title: Assessment of Global TEC Mapping Using a Three-Dimensional Electron Density Model
Authors: Mannucci, A.
Iijima, B.
Sparks, L.
Pi, X.
Wilson, B.
Lindqwister, U.
Issue Date: 16-Mar-1999
Citation: Journal of Atmospheric and Solar - Terrestrial Physics
USA
Abstract: Dual-frequency transmissions from the Global Positioning System satellites can be used to measure and map ionospheric total electron content (TEC) on global scales. Using data exclusively from ground-based GPS networks, global ionosphere mapping has been successfully applied using either two or three dimensional techniques.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/17220
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