Jupiter Radio Emissions
January 31, 2014, 0715 UT
Tektronix MDO4104-6 spectrum analyzer display showing the Jupiter decametic radio emissions from 17.5 MHz to 22.5 MHz.
The above spectrogram show 13 bands of radio emission from Jupiter. The bands are moving up in frequency (to the right). The bands at 17.5 MHz to about 18 MHz are weaker at the bottom of the spectrogram.
- 17.5 MHz start frequency
- 20 MHz center frequency
- 22.5 MHz stop frequency
- 5 MHz frequency span
- 5 MHz capture bandwidth
- 100 Hz resolution bandwidth
- 500 kHz per horizontal division
- 5 dBm per vertical division
The below spectrum trace show a strong Jupiter radio emission burst that is approximately 15 dB above the noise.
- OBS-Time: January 31, 2014, 0715 UT
- OBS-Location: Camas, WA USA, 16.6 miles East-North-East from the center of Portland, OR, USA
Jupiter Radio Map
Io-B radio emissions.
Jupiter Radio Map was coded by Junpei Azuma, Imai Lab., Kochi National College of Technology, Japan
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