Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

Andrzej Kułak, dr hab.

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Wydział Informatyki, Elektroniki i Telekomunikacji
WIEiT-ke, Katedra Elektroniki



Opisy publikacji wcześniejszych zobacz: bpp.agh.edu.pl/old.


Liczba pozycji spełniających powyższe kryteria selekcji: 25, z ogólnej liczby 28 publikacji Autora


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  • Analysis of ELF electromagnetic field pulses recorded by the Hylaty station coinciding with terrestrial gamma-ray flashes
2
  • Analytical description of ELF transients produced by cloud-to-ground lightning discharges
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  • An analytical model of ELF radiowave propagation in ground-ionosphere waveguides with a multilayered ground
5
  • An unusual sequence of sprites followed by a secondary TLE: an analysis of ELF radio measurements and optical observations
6
  • Assessing global lightning activity with ELF/VLF observations, Schumann resonances and ionospheric potential
7
  • A new technique for reconstruction of the current moment waveform related to a gigantic jet from the magnetic field component recorded by an ELF station
8
  • A sequence of sprites – an analysis of ELF signals and optical recordings
9
  • Cloud-to-ground lightning dipole moment from simultaneous observations by ELF receiver and combined direction finding and time-of-arrival lightning detection system
10
  • Comparison of the charge moment change calculated from electrostatic analysis and from ELF radio observations
11
  • Czujniki i system do pomiaru naturalnych pól elektromagnetycznych ekstremalnie niskiej częstotliwości na powierzchni Ziemi
12
  • ELF electromagnetic signatures of sprites observed at short distances
13
  • ELF propagation parameters for the ground-ionosphere waveguide with finite ground conductivity
14
  • Estimation of global lightning activity and observations of atmospheric electric field
15
  • Extremely low frequency electromagnetic field measurements at the Hylaty station and methodology of signal analysis
16
  • The importance of the receiver transfer function in the interpretation of ELF pulses related to transient luminous events
17
  • Influence of a multi-layered planetary ground on the propagation of ELF electromagnetic field pulses
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  • Novel analysis of a sudden ionospheric disturbance using Schumann resonance measurements
20
  • Radiolocating strong ELF electromagnetic pulses using two receivers placed on different continents
21
  • Schumann resonances on Mars – a two-layer ground case
22
  • Schumann resonance on Mars: a tool for the investigation of the electrical properties of the Martian environment
23
  • Studying global lighting activity using Schumann resonance measurements
24
  • Study of the periodicities of lightning activity in three main thunderstorm centers based on Schumann resonance measurements
25
  • Subtraction of correlated noise in global networks of gravitational-wave interferometers