Variation in Height of Anisotropy and Random Drift Velocity of the Irregularities in the Ionosphere

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HORIZONTAL ionospheric drift records taken by the spaced receiver method of Mitra1 are used here to analyse the variation with height of anisotropy and random drift speed (V C)v along the direction of steady drift of the irregularities.

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RAMACHANDRA RAO, B., RAMANA, K. Variation in Height of Anisotropy and Random Drift Velocity of the Irregularities in the Ionosphere. Nature 190, 706–707 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1038/190706b0

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