The total ionospheric scintillation (TEC) can also be measured by GPS. This data set is GPS scintillator data of Zhongshan Station in Antarctica from 2011 to 2013. The GPS scintillator monitoring network consists of three scintillation meters of the same type arranged at the three vertices of an equilateral triangle with a side length of 100 meters. The scintillation instrument was developed by the 22 Institute of China Power Group. In April 2010, the polar center completed the layout of the monitoring network and began to observe. According to the characteristics of ionospheric scintillation, TEC and scintillation data are obtained through long-time continuous observation.
|collect time||2011/10/12 - 2013/12/31|
|collect place||zhongshan station|
|data size||198.0 KiB|
Total ionospheric electron content of GPS scintillation data from Zhongshan station, Antarctica, China in 2013
This instrument belongs to the routine observation project, the observation environment is basically suitable, and the data quality is high.
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