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  Information - ST5.7 Measurements of ionospheric parameters influencing radio systems

Event Information
The advanced terrestrial and space-based systems including GPS and the HF telecommunications and radar ranging require ionospheric information and predictions. To reach this goal, ionospheric measurements and modelling is needed. Therefore the main purpose of the symposium is to present new information on ionospheric measurements and advanced measuring techniques, on measurement evaluation, interpretation, dissemination and archiving, on development of methods of ionospheric predictions, forecasting and nowcasting (with emphasis to European area but including results from other areas, as well), including the results obtained in the projects COST271 and COST296. Papers on related on modelling and simulations are accepted, as well.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Confirmed solicited speakers + topics:
A. Belehaki - project DIAS, utilization of ionospheric measurements for users, outputs of DIAS for users
B. Zolesi - recent results of oblique sounding measurements over Europe
J. Chum, J. Lastovicka et al. - impact of infrasonic waves on the ionosphere and radio propagation
N. Jakowski et al. - ionospheric behaviour over Europe during solar eclipse of 3 October 2005


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