A low frequency array of simple radio telescopes for the detection of solar x-ray and radio flares and the study of the Ionosphere
MetadataShow full item record
The thesis: “A low frequency array of simple radio telescopes for the detection of solar X-ray and radio flares, and the study of the ionosphere”, describes the development of antennas, receivers and software for a radio telescope system that captures data from the 16 MHz to 30MHz radio spectrum to a personal computer. Three of these radio telescope systems were established at sites in Perth, Gingin and Learmonth, Western Australia.
Note : Additional material : "Programs and data", (CD version, for playback via computer) is available at John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library (JCPML). Contact : Library-Theses@curtin.edu.au to organise viewing.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Ekers, Ronald; Wilson, T. (2013)© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2013.Radio Telescopes starts with a brief historical introduction from Jansky’s1931 discovery of radio emission from the Milky Way through the development ofradio telescope ...
Banfield, J.; Wong, O.; Willett, K.; Norris, R.; Rudnick, L.; Shabala, S.; Simmons, B.; Snyder, C.; Garon, A.; Seymour, Nick; Middelberg, E.; Andernach, H.; Lintott, C.; Jacob, K.; Kapinska, A.; Mao, M.; Masters, K.; Jarvis, M.; Schawinski, K.; Paget, E.; Simpson, R.; Klöckner, H.; Bamford, S.; Burchell, T.; Chow, K.; Cotter, G.; Fortson, L.; Heywood, I.; Jones, T.; Kaviraj, S.; López-Sánchez, R.; Maksym, W.; Polsterer, K.; Borden, K.; Hollow, R.; Whyte, L. (2015)We present results from the first 12 months of operation of Radio Galaxy Zoo, which upon completion will enable visual inspection of over 170 000 radio sources to determine the host galaxy of the radio emission and the ...
van der Horst, A.; Levan, A.; Pooley, G.; Wiersema, K.; Kruhler, T.; Perley, D.; Starling, R.; Curran, Peter; Tanvir, N.; Wijers, R.; Strom, R.; Kouveliotou, C.; Hartoog, O.; Xu, D.; Fynbo, J.; Jakobsson, P. (2015)Gamma-ray burst (GRB) 111215A was bright at X-ray and radio frequencies, but not detected in the optical or near-infrared (nIR) down to deep limits. We have observed the GRB afterglow with the Westerbork Synthesis Radio ...