Final technical rept. 5 Sep 1973-29 Feb 1974
RICE UNIV HOUSTON TX
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The report describes the results of an experiment to investigate the possibility of artificially stimulating ultra-low-frequency ULF signals in the earths magnetosphere by means of signals from a very-low-frequency VLF transmitter. A VLF transmitter system was operated near Anchorage, Alaska, in August and September, 1973. The investigator operated a low-frequency 0.1 - 45 Hz portable magnetometer station at a site adjacent to the VLF transmitter, and also designed a schedule of modulation modes and transmission frequencies for the VLF transmitter in an effort to cause stimulation of ULF signals which would in turn be detected by the magnetometer.
- Atmospheric Physics
- Radiofrequency Wave Propagation