The Personal Space Weather Station project ultimately aims to create a small, multi-instrument system that can make ground-based measurements of the space environment. The observations from this project will not only be useful to the owner of the system, but also aggregated into a central database for space science and space weather research purporses. Initial work focuses on the development of a scientific-grade high frequency (HF) radio receiver, as well as the necessary software and network infrastructure. This project is led by the New Jersey Institute of Technology Center for Solar Terrestrial Research (NJIT-CSTR) in collaboration with the Massachusettes Institute of Technology Haystack Observatory and the Tucson Amateur Packet Radio, Inc. (TAPR).
- The Personal Space Weather Station by Ward Silver, N0AX
- QST, April 2018, Reprinted with Permission
- Personal Space Weather Station Overview by Nathaniel Frissell, W2NAF
- HamSCI Meeting, NJIT, Newark NJ, February 2018
- TAPR Sunday Seminar by Nathaniel Frissell, W2NAF
- TAPR Digital Communications Conference, Albuquerque, NM, September 2018
- PDF of Slides