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Title: Using the Global GPS Network and Other Satellite Data to Monitor Ionospheric Total Electron Content
Authors: Mannucci, Anthony J.
Brian D. Wilson
Yuan, Dah-Ning
Lindqwister, Ulf
Issue Date: 20-Sep-1994
Citation: Salt Lake City, UT
Abstract: A globally distributed network of dual-frequency global positioning system (GPS) receivers is the primary source of data used to measure ionospheric total electron content (TEC) on global scales. Maps of TEC useful for calibrating propagation delays, or monitoring the solar-terrestrial environment, can be produced using this continuously operating network. The maps can also form the basis of a TEC calibration service for users around the world. Potential users may include single-frequency satellite altimetry missions, satellite tracking stations, and astronomical observatories.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/34538
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