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  Information - ST14 Modelling and measurements of ionospheric parameters influencing radio systems

Event Information
The advanced terrestrial and space-based systems including GNSS (Galileo) and the HF telecommunications and radar ranging requires ionospheric information and predictions based on modelling and measurements. Therefore the main purpose of the symposium is to present new achievements on modelling and simulation of ionospheric processes, advanced measuring techniques, measurement results and interpretation, real time data dissemination to improve models of ionospheric predictions, forecasting and nowcasting including the results obtained in the EU project COST296.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
B. Reinisch
I. Kutiev
L. Cander
G. DeFranceschi


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