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Statistical Case Studies of High and Low Latitude Ionospheric Scintillations

By Đorđe Stevanović

Submitted: June 17th 2014Reviewed: June 17th 2014Published: July 17th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/58775

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Đorđe Stevanović (July 17th 2014). Statistical Case Studies of High and Low Latitude Ionospheric Scintillations, Mitigation of Ionospheric Threats to GNSS Riccardo Notarpietro, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/58775. Available from:

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