EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 240, 2020The 11th Southeast Asia Astronomy Networking Meeting (SEAAN Meeting 2019)
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Development of a Radio Telescope for Very Low Frequency Observations
1 Student, National Junior College, Singapore
2 Student, School of Science and Technology
3 Teacher, School of Science and Technology
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Published online: 21 August 2020
Sudden ionospheric disturbances are transient changes in the ionosphere caused by enhancement in X-ray and EUV fluxes during solar flare events. The Solar Storm Radio Telescope is developed to detect Very Low Frequency (VLF) signals with frequency between 3-30 kHz transmitted from various VLF stations around the Globe. We will also be investigating different methods to reduce the background noise in the data collection. This will help to ensure an accurate hit when there is a sudden ionospheric disturbance.
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