Sources of Quasi-periodic Pulses in the Flare of 18 August 2012

@article{Altyntsev2016SourcesOQ,
  title={Sources of Quasi-periodic Pulses in the Flare of 18 August 2012},
  author={A. Altyntsev and N. Meshalkina and H. M{\'e}sz{\'a}rosov{\'a} and M. Karlický and V. Palshin and S. Lesovoi},
  journal={Solar Physics},
  year={2016},
  volume={291},
  pages={445-463}
}
We analyzed spatial and spectral characteristics of quasi-periodic pulses (QPP) for the limb flare on 18 August 2012, using new data from a complex of spectral and imaging instruments developed by the Siberian Solar Radio Telescope team and the Wind/Konusγ$\gamma$-ray spectrometer. A sequence of broadband pulses with periods of approximately ten seconds were observed in X-rays at energies between 25 keV and 300 keV, and in microwaves at frequencies from a few GHz up to 34 GHz during an interval… Expand

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