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Indian Journal of Radio & Space Physics (IJRSP)






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Started in 1972, this journal publishes full papers and notes in radio frequency standards and measurements, radio wave propagation through non-ionized media, winds and motions in lower, middle and upper atmospheres, chemistry and meteorology of troposphere and stratosphere, stratosphere-mesosphere coupling, ionospheric propagation, magnetosphere, ionosphere-magnetosphere coupling, physics and chemistry of ionosphere, solar-terrestrial relationship, radio and radar astronomy and interplanetary space physics. It also covers electromagnetic metrology, fields and waves, signals and systems, electronic and optical devices and applications, electromagnetic noise and interference, waves in plasmas, and electromagnetics in biology and medicine.


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(Special Issue: Improved understanding of the structure and dynamics of the middle atmosphere and its response to various geophysical phenomena)
April June


February April June
(Special Issue: Atmospheric constraints and its mitigation for present and future navigation systems)
August October
(Special Issue: Middle atmospheric dynamics and coupling in the tropics)


February April
(Special issue: Low-latitude upper atmosphere-ionosphere-plasmasphere system in a record low solar minimum in Asian sector)
(Special issue: Radio probing of precipitation)
October December


February April June
August October December


February April June
August October December


February April June
August October December


February April June
August October December


February April June
August October December

February April June
August October December


February April June
August October December



February April June
August October December


2003 2002
February April June February April June
August October December August October December



The Indian Journal of Radio & Space Physics is issued quarterly.

The Institute assumes no responsibility for the statements and opinions advanced by contributors . The editorial staff in its work of examining papers received for publication is assisted, in an honorary capacity, by a large number of distinguished scientists.

Communications regarding contributions for publication in the journal should be addressed to the Editor, Indian Journal of Radio & Space Physics, National Institute of Science Communication & Information Resources (NISCAIR), CSIR, Dr K S Krishnan Marg,
New Delhi 110 012.


Coverage in abstracting/indexing services: Chem Abstr, Electronics & Electrical Engr. Abstr. (INSPEC), Indian Sci Abstr, Meteorology & Geoastrophysical Abstr, Phys Brief, Referativnyi Zhurnal.


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Editor: Mrs Kamlesh Arora



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