Based on a simple mathematical model is shown that radio frequency electromagnetic radiation in 1–2 MHz range is generated at the propagation of directed strong shock wave in an air. The possibility of detection of this radiation is discussed.
Jan 25, 2021
Feb 27, 2020
|Shock wave induced MHz radiation of atmosphere||Jan 25, 2021|
V. V. Harutyunyan N. A. Hakobyan E. M. Aleksanyan E. A. Akhverdyan V. A. Atoyan V. B. Gavalyan V. S. Baghdasaryan M. G. Vardanyan K. I. Pyuskyulyan
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Grigoryan, L. Sh. Mkrtchyan, A. R. Saharian, A. A. Mkrtchyan, A. H. Khachatryan, H. F. Grigoryan, M. L. Kotanjyan, V. Kh. Harutyunyan, H. P.
Grigoryan, L. Sh. Saharian, A. A. Mkrtchyan, A. H. Khachatryan, H. F. Grigoryan, M. L. Petrosyan, T. A. Harutyunyan, H. P.
A. G. Ghazaryan
A. S. Abrahamyan R. Yu. Chilingaryan
V. V. Sahakyan A. A. Sargsyan G. Zanyan T. S. Vardanyan B. A. Grigoryan V. M. Tsakanov