Net-TIDE, Pilot network for identification of travelling ionospheric disturbances: Latest News

14 October 2017
Thank you all for making the final meeting of the Net-TIDE project a success! All presentations and photos are available here.

30 September 2017
The updated programme for the Net-TIDE final meeting is available
here.

27 September 2017
Start of the installation of additional fans in the RF amplifiers chassis to resolve the amplifier heating issue, in the three DPS4D stations participating in the long distance experiments.

July 2017
Release of new version of plots for the TID characteristics in the Net-TIDE warning system, to account for data gaps.

20 May - 30 June 2017
Upgrades of the three DPS4D in Athens, Ebro and Dourbes, with a new transmitter to support long distance operations using 64/128 chip code.


9 - 11 May 2017
Scientific sessions on TIDs and on HF communication and geolocation are organized by the Net-TIDE Directors Anna Belehaki and Bodo Reinisch, in the Ionospheric Effects Symposium 2017. More information is available here.

3 May 2017
A first release of the Net-TIDE warning system launched at http://tid.space.noa.gr. The portal is under continuous development.

24 - 28 April 2017
A scientific session ST3.2: "Advances on ionospheric monitoring techniques" is organized by the Net-TIDE Directors Anna Belehaki, Bodo Reinisch and Dalia Buresova, in the European Geosciences Union 2017. More information is available here.

5 March 2017
The final meeting of Net-TIDE project will be held in Heraklion Crete, from 4 to 6 October 2017. A preliminary program is announced. More information is available here.

25 February 2017
Interferometry analysis is applied to time series of classical ionospheric characteristics, MUF(3000)F2, foF2, and hmF2 using data from the Net-TIDE network to estimate the phase velocity and direction of propagation of TID waves showing the potential of the network to sensing the TID activity over Europe. The results are compared with the basic Net-TIDE D2D TID detection technique and with results from Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) data. The general agreement of the results obtained from these three methodologies can support the development of a robust system for the real-time detection and classification of TIDs. A manuscript prepared from the Net-TIDE team is submitted for publication
15 February 2017
A
manuscript describing the TID model and the Doppler-Frequency-Angular-Sounding (FAS) technique
used to analyse the D2D skymap observations, as well as first results obtained from D2D links between Dourbes, Ebro, Juliusruh, Pruhonice and Athens DPS4D stations, is submitted for publication.

2 February 2017
A new technique, based on the exploitation of DPS4D ionosondes, is implemented to directly identify Travelling Ionospheric Disturbances (TIDs) in real-time. The new technique is based on the analysis of oblique Digisonde-to-Digisonde (D2D) "skymap" observations to extract measurements of the angle-of-arrival, Doppler frequency, and time-of-flight of ionospherically reflected high-frequency (HF) radio pulses.
 

12 December 2016
The final meeting will be held in Heraklion Crete, from 4 to 6 October 2017. More information is
available here.

5 November 2016
Session ST3.2 "Advances in ionospheric measurement techniques" is organized by our project in the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2017 in Vienna, Austria

17 October 2016
First newsletter is released.

6 September 2016
 Oblique drift D2D measurements are routinely performed between the following DPS4D Tx-Rx: Dourbes - Ebre, Dourbes - Athens and Prague - Juliusruh. Raw data are analyzed with the TIDx software suite.
26 August 2016
A splinter meeting on the Net-TIDE project will be held in the 13th European Space Weather Week, on Friday 18 November 2016 from 3.00 to 4.30 pm.

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5 August 2016
A publication on Ionospheric Electron Density Perturbations identified during the CAWSES II storm period, has been submitted to the Journal Advances in Space Research.