Hodograph method to estimate the latitudinal profile of the field-line resonance frequency using the data from two ground magnetometers

V. A. Pilipenko, Hideaki Kawano, I. R. Mann

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The hodograph method enables estimating the latitudinal profile of the field-line resonance (FLR) frequency (fR) using the data from two ground magnetometers. This paper provides the full details of this method for the first time,and uses a latitudinal chain of ground magnetometers to examine its validity and usefulness. The hodograph method merges the widely-used amplitude-ratio and cross-phase methods in a sense that the hodograph method uses both the amplitude ratio and the phase difference in a unified manner; further than that,the hodograph method provides fR at any latitude near those of the two ground magnetometers. It is accomplished by (1) making a complex number by using the amplitude ratio (phase difference) as its real (imaginary) part; (2) drawing thus obtained complex numbers (one number for one frequency) in the complex plane to make a hodograph; and (3) fitting to thus obtained hodograph a model satisfying the FLR condition,which is a circle with the assumption that the resonance width is independent of the latitude. To examine the validity and usefulness of the hodograph method,we apply it to a Pc 4 event observed by the Scandinavian BEAR array. We also apply the amplitude-phase gradient method (Pilipenko and Fedorov, 1994; Kawano et al., 2002) to the same event,and compare the results; this is the first article applying the both methods to the same dataset.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)435-446
Number of pages12
Journalearth, planets and space
Volume65
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2013

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Hodograph method to estimate the latitudinal profile of the field-line resonance frequency using the data from two ground magnetometers. / Pilipenko, V. A.; Kawano, Hideaki; Mann, I. R.

In: earth, planets and space, Vol. 65, No. 5, 01.01.2013, p. 435-446.

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