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C. Higgins, Fung, S., Garcia, L., Thieman, J., Sky, J., Typinski, D., Flagg, R., Brown, J., Reyes, F., Gass, J., Dodd, L., Ashcraft, T., Greenman, W., and Blair, S., The Radio JOVE Project 2.0, in HamSCI Workshop 2022, Huntsville, AL, 2022.
C. Deacon, Witvliet, B. A., Mitchell, C., and Steendam, S., Rapid and Accurate Measurement of Polarization and Fading of Weak VHF Signals Obliquely Reflected from Sporadic-E Layers, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 2020.
A. Calderon, Liles, W., Frissell, N., and Vega, J., Ray Tracing in Python Utilizing the PHaRLAP Engine, HamSCI Workshop 2022. HamSCI, Huntsville, AL, 2022.
P. Denisowski, The Rebirth of HF, Rohde and Schwarz, Munich, Germany, 2020.
N. A. Frissell, Melville, R., Stillinger, A., and Jeffer, G., Red Pitaya SDR Recorder for Antarctica (Demonstration), in HamSCI Workshop 2019, Cleveland, OH, 2019.
M. Moldwin, Ng, K., Thoma, J., Regoli, L., and Pandya, M., A Research Quality, Low Power and Cost Magnetometer Package for use in Citizen Science (Demonstration), in HamSCI Workshop 2019, Cleveland, OH, 2019.
P. Smith and Silver, H. W., The Reverse Beacon Network, QST, vol. 100, no. 10, pp. 30-32, 2016.
J. R. Ackermann, Review of SDR Hardware for the Personal Space Weather Station, in HamSCI Workshop 2019, Cleveland, OH, 2019.
T. Kovach, Dannhoff, S., and May, J., RJOVER: An alternative approach using SDR technology to reduce costs for the NASA Radio JOVE citizen science effort, HamSCI Workshop 2021. HamSCI, Scranton, PA (Virtual), 2021.