Enhanced ionospheric ELF / VLF generation efficiency by multiple timescale modulated heating

@inproceedings{Milikh2007EnhancedIE,
  title={Enhanced ionospheric ELF / VLF generation efficiency by multiple timescale modulated heating},
  author={Gennady M. Milikh and Konstantinos Papadopoulos},
  year={2007}
}
[1] It is shown theoretically that for high power HF ionospheric heaters, such as the current HAARP heater, the HF to VLF conversion can increase significantly by using a two-timescale heating. A long heating pulse, tp 1minute, is followed over the same timescale period bymodulation at the desired ELF/VLF frequency. The long pulse reduces the electron-ion recombination coefficient, resulting in increased ambient electron density and current density. The efficiency increases due to the increase… CONTINUE READING

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Enhanced ionospheric ELF / VLF generation efficiency by multiple timescale modulated heating . [ 1 ] It is shown theoretically that for high power HF ionospheric heaters , such as the current HAARP heater , the HF to VLF conversion can increase significantly by using a two - timescale heating .
Enhanced ionospheric ELF / VLF generation efficiency by multiple timescale modulated heating . [ 1 ] It is shown theoretically that for high power HF ionospheric heaters , such as the current HAARP heater , the HF to VLF conversion can increase significantly by using a two - timescale heating .
Enhanced ionospheric ELF / VLF generation efficiency by multiple timescale modulated heating . [ 1 ] It is shown theoretically that for high power HF ionospheric heaters , such as the current HAARP heater , the HF to VLF conversion can increase significantly by using a two - timescale heating .
Enhanced ionospheric ELF / VLF generation efficiency by multiple timescale modulated heating . [ 1 ] It is shown theoretically that for high power HF ionospheric heaters , such as the current HAARP heater , the HF to VLF conversion can increase significantly by using a two - timescale heating .
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