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WAVES: The radio and plasma wave investigation on the wind spacecraft

Bougeret, J.-L.; Kaiser, M. L.; Kellogg, P. J.; Manning, R.; Goetz, K.; Monson, S. J.; Monge, N.; Friel, L.; Meetre, C. A.; Perche, C.; Sitruk, L.; Hoang, S.


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  <publicationYear>1995</publicationYear>
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    <date dateType="Issued">1995-02-01</date>
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    <description descriptionType="Abstract">The WAVES investigation on the WIND spacecraft will provide comprehensive measurements of the radio and plasma wave phenomena which occur in Geospace. Analyses of these measurements, in coordination with the other onboard plasma, energetic particles, and field measurements will help us understand the kinetic processes that are important in the solar wind and in key boundary regions of the Geospace. These processes are then to be interpreted in conjunction with results from the other ISTP spacecraft in order to discern the measurements and parameters for mass, momentum, and energy flow throughout geospace. This investigation will also contribute to observations of radio waves emitted in regions where the solar wind is accelerated. The WAVES investigation comprises several innovations in this kind of instrumentation: among which the first use, to our knowledge, of neural networks in real-time on board a scientific spacecraft to analyze data and command observation modes, and the first use of a wavelet transform-like analysis in real time to perform a spectral analysis of a broad band signal.</description>
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