The following pages, that are grouped together below, refer to propagation
The Radio Society of Great Britain Radio Propagation Studies Committee
The Propagation Studies Committee stemmed from a suggestion made in 1957 by Dr Smith-Rose, then Director of the Radio research Station, Slough, and later to become a President of the RSGB, that a small committee should be formed to attempt to correlate radio amateur observations with 'auroral, ionospheric or meteorological conditions'.
See link in right-hand column: Propagation RSGB
Help File For Solar-Terrestrial Data
A brief report on propagation infomation
See link in right-hand column: HF Solar-T-Data
Australian Government IPS Radio and Space Services
These pages provide general propagation advice for HF communicators. Information available includes inferred global propagation conditions, real time HF fadeout coverage charts, regional ionospheric vertical MUF maps and Hourly Area Prediction charts. SEE HF_Systems in menu.
See link in right-hand column: HF Prediction
Kangaroo Tabor Software - CAPMan
Skywave Analysis - With A Difference
Delivering high performance HF Communications Analysis Prediction and related software Tools for Amateur Radio - ham radio - operators and communications professionals.
See link in right-hand column: Skywave Analysis Software
Solar Cycle 24 - by Amateur Radio Station VE3EN
All the infomation you would want to know.
See link in right-hand column: Solar Cycle 24
VK Weather and Maps
Extensive information on VK (OZ) weather with maps.
See link in right-hand column: VK Weather and Maps
Space weather is the current jargon for solar activity and its influence on the earth. One web site is the Space Weather Prediction Center of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
There are also numerous links to web sites in this list, and to many others related to propagation. Two ionospheric organisations who are responsible for collecting ionospheric observations also have very good education sections on propagation. They are:
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