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Space physics, Experiments, Inverse problems - Daily Reports (seiðr). Writings about various topics in plasma physics, radio science, space physics, rockets, radars, aurora, remote sensing, geophysics, radio astronomy, inverse problems, outdoors activities, electronics, and software defined radio. The web page of the radio science group at University of Tromsø.
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Transmitting a simple sine wave in gnuradio using the USRP - and measuring it's power
Towards A 21st Century Understanding of Earth's Upper Atmosphere
Oblique ionograms between Sodankylä and Longyearbyen
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USRP BasicTX and LFTX - what is the maximum transmit power?
Studying the polar cap ionosphere with HF radar
One more pass of the anti-satellite debris cloud
Indian anti-satellite debris measured with the EISCAT Tromsø Radar
Exploring an ice cave
Shoveling snow under the aurora
Space debris from a nuclear fission reactor
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