Indian Journal of Radio & Space Physics

Indian Journal of Radio & Space Physics

Publisher: National Institute of Science Communication And Information Resources, New Delhi
Editor: Dr. Kamlesh Arora
Online ISSN: 0367-8393, Print ISSN:
Frequency: Quarterly


Started in 1972, this journal publishes full papers and notes in radio frequency standards and measurements, radio wave propagation through non-ionized media, winds and motions in lower, middle and upper atmospheres, chemistry and meteorology of troposphere and stratosphere, stratosphere-mesosphere coupling, ionospheric propagation, magnetosphere, ionosphere-magnetosphere coupling, physics and chemistry of ionosphere, solar-terrestrial relationship, radio and radar astronomy and interplanetary space physics. It also covers electromagnetic metrology, fields and waves, signals and systems, electronic and optical devices and applications, electromagnetic noise and interference, waves in plasmas, and electromagnetics in biology and medicine.

Table of Contents

Vol 48, No 3&4 (2019)


Response of Low Latitude Ionosphere to the Space Weather Event of November 2012 in the Asian Sector
Shivalika Sarkar, Shweta Mukherjee, A. K. Gwal
 Vol 48, No 3&4 (2019), Pagination: 49-56
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Surface Measurements of Atmospheric Electrical Conductivity at Jnanabharathi Campus, Bengaluru (12.96° N, 77.56° E)
K. Charan Kumar, Sunil D. Pawar, P. Murugavel, V. Gopalkrishnan, Kamsali Nagaraja
 Vol 48, No 3&4 (2019), Pagination: 57-63
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Studies on Variation of GNSS Signal Strengths from India
Debipriya Dutta, Anindya Bose
 Vol 48, No 3&4 (2019), Pagination: 64-71
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