Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Searching for Peer-Reviewed Scientific Ham Radio Articles

HamSci Ham radio operators have contributed to advances in both science and engineering since the start of the
hobby. Many of these accomplishments have been recorded in form of new inventions, products brought to market, and articles in amateur radio journals.

However, the gold standard for reporting research results in professional science is publication in a peer-reviewed scientific journal. For the fields of ionospheric and space science, these include such publications as Space Weather, Geophysical Research Letters, Journal of Geophysical Research, Radio Science(all accessible via <https://publications.agu.org/journals/>), Nature <https://www.nature.com/>, and Science <http://www.sciencemag.org/>. 

HamSCI, the Ham Radio Science Citizen Investigation, would like to compile a bibliography of ham radio-related scholarly journal articles for listing on <http://hamsci.org/peerreview>. They may be in any field of science but must have actively involved amateur radio as part of the research. 

Do you know of an article or articles that should be added to this list? Please submit suggested articles via the link at <http://hamsci.org/peerreview>. Questions and comments may be e-mailed to <hamsci@hamsci.org>. Thank you. - W2NAF