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DOI10.1016/B978-0-12-818617-6.00012-3
ISBN9780128186176
Labellattes: 0341267060519130 7 VaniOlSaFeJoGaRo:2021:MoIoSc
Citation KeyVaniOlSaBrFrMoPa:2021:MoIoSc
TitleMonitoring ionospheric scintillations with GNSS in South America
Year2021
Access Date2024, June 13
Secondary TypePRE LN
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Author1 Vani, Bruno César
2 Oliveira Moraes, Alison de
3 Salles, Lucas Alves
4 Breder, Victor Hugo Fernandes
5 Freitas, Moisés José dos Santos
6 Monico, João Francisco Galera
7 Paula, Eurico Rodrigues de
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EditorPetropoulos, G. P.
Srivastava, Prashant K.
Book TitleGPS and GNSS Technology in Geosciences
PublisherElsevier
Pages255-280
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KeywordsIonospheric scintillations
GNSS over South America
AbstractAt equatorial latitudes, during specific conditions, Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signals traversing the ionospheric layer might experience fluctuations in phase and/or amplitude, the so-called ionospheric scintillations. This chapter presents a discussion about the scope, achieved results, and prominent challenges imposed by ionospheric scintillations in South America. The discussions are supported by data from different networks of Ionospheric Scintillation Monitor Receivers deployed in the South American region. Results presented here include aspects of the climatology of scintillations in this region, describing the dynamics of equatorial plasma bubbles driving scintillation as observed in the applied GNSS monitoring data. Effects of scintillations on GNSS observables and positioning are also demonstrated with an experimental setup on field application. Characteristics of the statistical modeling of amplitude scintillations and the importance of different statistical parameters are presented and discussed. Description and results of a low-cost instrumentation for monitoring scintillations are also presented, highlighting its effectiveness and potentials for future research and applications.
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