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GO-ABOVE VLF Summary Plots for Lucky Lake - LUCK

ResourceID
spase://CSA/DisplayData/GO-ABOVE/VLF/LuckyLake/PT1S

Description

GO-ABOVE the Geospace Observatory - Array for
Broadband Observations of VLF/ELF Emissions, is a ground‐based
array of VLF radio receivers located across Canada and run as a
part of the Canadian Space Agency's Geospace Observatory
(GO). The ABOVE instruments monitor electromagnetic waves in a
frequency range from 100 Hz to 75 kHz, covering chorus and hiss
emissions as well as U.S. Navy transmitters near 25 kHz.

The summary plots span 1 second long and are taken 5 minutes apart
from multiple stations in the GO-ABOVE array. Each plot contains 4
dynamic spectrograms, two for the North-South antennas and two for
the East-West antennas. For each pair one spectrogram spans a
frequency range of 100 Hz to 10 kHz while the other spans from 100
Hz to 75 kHz. Following the four dynamic spectrograms are two
amplitude vs. time plots for the North-South and East-West
antennas.

A directory tree structure allows access to these files. Each station
has a separate directory below the year, month and day. Within some of
the month directories is a data availability chart.

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Version:2.4.0

DisplayData

ResourceID
spase://CSA/DisplayData/GO-ABOVE/VLF/LuckyLake/PT1S
ResourceHeader
ResourceName
GO-ABOVE VLF Summary Plots for Lucky Lake - LUCK
ReleaseDate
2021-09-27 17:14:21
Description

GO-ABOVE the Geospace Observatory - Array for
Broadband Observations of VLF/ELF Emissions, is a ground‐based
array of VLF radio receivers located across Canada and run as a
part of the Canadian Space Agency's Geospace Observatory
(GO). The ABOVE instruments monitor electromagnetic waves in a
frequency range from 100 Hz to 75 kHz, covering chorus and hiss
emissions as well as U.S. Navy transmitters near 25 kHz.

The summary plots span 1 second long and are taken 5 minutes apart
from multiple stations in the GO-ABOVE array. Each plot contains 4
dynamic spectrograms, two for the North-South antennas and two for
the East-West antennas. For each pair one spectrogram spans a
frequency range of 100 Hz to 10 kHz while the other spans from 100
Hz to 75 kHz. Following the four dynamic spectrograms are two
amplitude vs. time plots for the North-South and East-West
antennas.

A directory tree structure allows access to these files. Each station
has a separate directory below the year, month and day. Within some of
the month directories is a data availability chart.

Acknowledgement
ABOVE data is openly available. We request that users, at a minimum, acknowledge our funding agencies when data is used in publications and/or presentations. Below is an example acknowledgement for consideration. “ABOVE is a joint Canada Foundation for Innovation and Canadian Space Agency project developed by the University of Calgary.”
Contacts
RolePerson
1.PrincipalInvestigatorspase://SMWG/Person/C.M.Cully
2.MetadataContactspase://SMWG/Person/Leonard.N.Garcia
AccessInformation
MeasurementType
Waves.Passive
Parameter #1
Name
Dynamic Spectrogram
Wave
WaveQuantity
ACElectricField
FrequencyRange
SpectralRange
RadioFrequency
Low
.1
High
75
Units
kHz