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QuJing incoherent scatter radar dataset in Yunnan Province
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DOI:  10.11922/csdata.2020.0075.zh
Dataset DOI:  10.12176/01.06.032
Dataset DOI:  10.12176/01.06.033
Dataset DOI:  10.12176/01.06.034
Dataset DOI:  10.12176/01.06.035
Dataset DOI:  10.12176/01.06.036
Dataset DOI:  10.12176/01.06.037
: 2020 - 07 - 18
: 2021 - 01 - 13
: 2021 - 01 - 13
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Abstract & Keywords
Abstract: Incoherent Scattering Radar can detect electron density, electron temperature, ion temperature, plasma line-of-sight velocity and many other parameters, which is the most powerful ground-based tools to monitor ionosphere. It is of great significance to studying the ionospheric space weather characteristics and models. This dataset includes two types of data, power profile and power spectrum during 2015 and 2017 years. The former can be used to give a rough estimation on the electron density profile and the latter can be used to derive multiple parameters, such as electron density, electron/ion temperature and so on. The dataset can be used to analyze the spatial and temporal variation characteristics of ionospheric parameters over Qujing area(25.60oN,103.82oE), and support the ionospheric model research.
Keywords: incoherent scatter radar; ionosphere; power profile; power spectrum; electron density;  electron temperature; ion temperature
Dataset Profile
TitleQuJing Incoherent Scatter Radar Dataset in Yunnan Province
Data corresponding authorDing Zonghua (zhdingmou@163.com)
Data authorsTang Zhimei, Ding Zonghua, Dai Liandong, Yang Song
Time range2015, 2017
Geographical scopeQuJing Station(25.60oN,103.82oE)
Data volume200 MB
Data format.txt/.JPEG
Data service system<http://dx.doi.org/10.12176/01.06.032>
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Source of fundingThe Meridian Project of National Key Scientific and Technological Facilities
Dataset compositionThe dataset is composed of ionospheric electron density, electron temperature, ion temperature and plasma line of sight velocity data. A data file lasts several minutes. The specific effective detection time is related to device status and detection plan. The Dataset includes station, year, month, day, hour, minute, second, azimuth, elevation, electron density, electron temperature, ion temperature, plasma line of sight velocity.
Article and author information
Tang zhimei
1248765010@qq.com
Ding zonghua
Dai Liandong
Yang Song
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Released: Jan. 13, 2021 ( VersionsZH2
References
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