Report on visit to Scott Base November 1978

By: Stanbury, A.C (DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory, Geophysical Observatory. Christchurch).
Contributor(s): DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory, Geophysical Observatory. Christchurch.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Overseas visit report / Physics and Engineering Laboratory ; 91.Publisher: 1979Description: 4 P.Report number: PEL-OVR--91Subject(s): SCOTT BASE | TRAVEL | IONOSONDES
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Of course the ionosonde is only one of the instruments we have run at Scott Base since the IGY in 1957 and, although technicians from our own laboratory trained in particular disciplines have been required to check the equipment from time to time, it was considered desirable that the author visit the base to get an up-to-date picture of the general state of conditions there as they relate to our activities generally. There was also the specific requirement of modifying the ionosonde for single aerial operation and to critically examine it for suspected changes in wiring and components. (auth)
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Of course the ionosonde is only one of the instruments we have run at Scott Base since the IGY in 1957 and, although technicians from our own laboratory trained in particular disciplines have been required to check the equipment from time to time, it was considered desirable that the author visit the base to get an up-to-date picture of the general state of conditions there as they relate to our activities generally. There was also the specific requirement of modifying the ionosonde for single aerial operation and to critically examine it for suspected changes in wiring and components. (auth)

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