whistler wave

whistler wave

[′wis·lər ‚wāv]
(plasma physics)
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Ganguli, "Whistler wave propagation and whistler wave antenna radiation resistance measurements," IEEE Trans.
Zaboronkova, "Radiation of whistler waves in magnetoactive plasma," Radio Sci.
Helicons have an exact analogy with a electromagnetic whistler wave which is frequently propagated in the rarefied plasma of the Earth's ionosphere.
The nature of the disturbance suggests that it was carried through the solar wind by a so-called whistler wave, which transmits higher frequences at a faster speed.
It was Robben's turn to feel aggrieved in 82 minutes when he tumbled under a Fernandinho challenge and saw the whistler wave play on again.
The data collected also produced a recording of whistler waves published on (https://soundcloud.
Some specific subjects covered include chaotic motion of relativistic electrons driven by Whistler waves, thermodynamic and transport properties of non-ideal complex plasma, and linear coupling of electron cyclotron waves in magnetized plasmas.