A study of VLF signals variations associated with the changes of ionization level in the D-region in consequence of solar conditions

  title={A study of VLF signals variations associated with the changes of ionization level in the D-region in consequence of solar conditions},
  author={Desanka M. {\vS}uli{\'c} and Vladimir A. Sre{\'c}kovi{\'c} and Anatolij A. Mihajlov},
  journal={Advances in Space Research},
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