SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC BACKGROUND SIGNALS IN THE VICINITY OF ONE CYCLE PER SECOND

Authors
  1. Lokken, J.E.
  2. Shand, J.A.
  3. Wright, C.S.
Corporate Authors
Pacific Naval Lab, Esquimalt BC (CAN)
Abstract
Near 1 cps the natural background consists of a comparatively steady, low-level, "white" continuum relieved occasionally by the intrusion of either regular or impulsive geomagnetic signals, as well as by the normal occurrence of sferics. The amplitude and frequency of the intrusions depend on latitude. Characteristics, regularly repeating signal-reinforcement patterns are somtimes observed in austral and boreal regions. Such patterns are displaced in time at conjugate points by one-half their repetitive period.
Report Number
PNL-RP-63-1 — Reprint
Date of publication
05 Nov 1962
Number of Pages
9
Reprinted from
J of Geophysical Research, vol 68, no 3, 1963, p 780-786
DSTKIM No
63-07819
CANDIS No
138775
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Originator's fiche received by DSIS

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