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CCMC Real-Time Tools

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Earth-Sun magnetic connectivity | Structure of heliosphere | Magnetopause position
Ionospheric potential, currents and polar cap | Ionospheric HF Vertical Signal Loss | All Real-Time Tools

Real-time Ionospheric High Frequency (HF) Vertical Signal Loss Calculated from the AbbyNormal model

These plots are using NOAA-SEC GOES X-ray 5 minute averaged real-time data, as well as NOAA-SEC F10.7 and kp solar index values.

Image features: : Each global plot shows the calculated total HF signal loss in decibels as a function of geographic longitude and latitude on a map of the continents. The dB loss is the integrated for the vertical transit. Shown is the variation in the signal loss as a function of frequency, for 2.5 MHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz and 20 MHz.



Frequency of 2.5 MHz
2.5 MHz Absorption



Frequency of 5 MHz
5.0 MHz Absorption



Frequency of 10 MHz
10.0 MHz Absorption



Frequency of 20 MHz
20.0 MHz Absorption



Model: AbbyNormal by Vince Eccles, Space Environment Corporation Earth-Sun magnetic connectivity | Structure of heliosphere | Magnetopause position
Ionospheric potential, currents and polar cap | Ionospheric HF Vertical Signal Loss | All Real-Time Tools


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