The solar radio patrol network of the USAF and its application

@inproceedings{Castelli1973TheSR,
  title={The solar radio patrol network of the USAF and its application},
  author={John P. Castelli and Jules Aarons and Donald Anthony Guidice and Ronald M. Straka},
  year={1973}
}
Through the conceptual and-equipment development work and the continuing technical guidance of Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories (AFCRL), the first uniform global network of solar radio monitoring has been established to make accurate routine observations of the sun at frequencies from 245 to 35 000 MHz. From research carried out at AFCRL, several important techniques have been developed having operational, scientific, and forecasting applications. First, the U-shape spectral criteria… CONTINUE READING

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