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IARPA – Request for Information – Opportunities for Observing and Sensing Atmospheric Electromagnetic Anomalies

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IARPA – Request for Information – Opportunities for Observing and Sensing Atmospheric Electromagnetic Anomalies

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IARPA is seeking information regarding innovative signal processing algorithms and sensing approaches used to characterise the D-region of the ionosphere (60 0 90 km).

IARPA seeks to characterize and better understand the D-region and the interaction of this region of the ionosphere with electromagnetic (EM) anomalies caused by space weather events, lightning, manmade sources, etc, and whether the resulting D-region characterization can be used to identify, map, and track these EM anomalies. Current capabilities do not allow for the rapid parametrization of the D-region. Any methodology that could lead to this rapid parametrization is of interest as we seek to facilitate a domain
awareness capability that currently does not exist.

IARPA invites white papers describing promising approaches or methodology that could lead to the rapid parametrization of the D-region.

Responses are due 17 June 2024.

 

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RFI –  Opportunities for Observing and Sensing Atmospheric Electromagnetic Anomalies: ROSEMARY_IARPA-RFI-24-05_C

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