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Solar Radio Dynamic Spectrum

Monitors solar radio bursts occurring at 300MHz to 2500MHz.

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  • KSWC monitors solar radio bursts occurring at frequencies between 30MHz and 2500MHz using 10M and 6M parabolic antennas and LP antennas. The displayed images represent the 1-day data observed during the period from sunrise to sunset. The X axis indicates time (UT) and the Y axis represents frequency (high to low, from top to bottom).
  • The displayed images are the 1-day data observed during the period from sunrise to sunset. The X axis represents time (UT) and the Y axis indicates frequency (high to low, from top to bottom). Radio noise in the images (i.e., ground communications, aeronautical communications, etc.) not produced by the Sun, is filtered by data processing.