Ionospheric data assimilation applied to HF geolocation in the presence of traveling ionospheric disturbances

@article{Mitchell2017IonosphericDA,
  title={Ionospheric data assimilation applied to HF geolocation in the presence of traveling ionospheric disturbances},
  author={C. Mitchell and N. R. Rankov and G. Bust and E. Miller and T. Gaussiran and Roy S. Calfas and J. Doyle and L. Teig and J. Werth and I. Dekine},
  journal={Radio Science},
  year={2017},
  volume={52},
  pages={829-840}
}
Ionospheric data assimilation is a technique to evaluate the 3D time varying distribution of electron density using a combination of a physics-based model and observations. A new ionospheric data assimilation method is introduced that has the capability to resolve travelling ionospheric disturbances (TIDs). TIDs are important because they cause strong delay and refraction to radio signals that are detrimental to the accuracy of high frequency (HF) geolocation systems. The capability to… Expand
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