"Mars-96": plasma wave complex
|1Korepanov, VYe., 2Klimov, SI, 1Tarasov, VG, 3Chervinka, OO |
1L’viv Centre of the Space Research Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the State Space Agency of Ukraine, L’viv, Ukraine
2Space Research Institute of the Russian AS, Moscow, Russia
3Karpenko Physico-Mechanical Institute of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine, L’viv, Ukraine
|Kosm. nauka tehnol. 1996, 2 ;(2):10-17|
|Publication Language: Ukrainian|
We give a short description of the "Mars-96" experiment and scientific problems which will be studied on board the spacecraft by the plasma wave complex ELISMA. The multichannel ULF wave analyser ULF-W developed at the Special Design Division of the Physical Mechanical Institute, National Academy of Sciences, is one of the main components in this complex. A special structure of this device includes high-stability ULF-filters, with identical phase-frequency parameters, amplifiers with controlled amplification coefficients, sample-and-hold blocks, and a variety of processing algorithms for data collection, compression and decompression. All this provides wide possibilities for a multicomponent analysis of electromagnetic fields. We discuss the methodology and results of onground tests of the ULF-W analyser as a component of the ELISMA complex under conditions approaching such of the outer space.
|Keywords: Mars-96, plasma wave complex|
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