OBSERVATIONAL AND PHYSICAL PARAMETERS OF TYPE I CHAINS AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH FLARES IN X-RAY
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19.10.2015
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Natural Sciences (Astrophysics and Astrononmy)
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We report the analysis of the observational parameters of the two Radio Noise Storms (RNS): one day in the occurrence of the solar flares in X-rays and one day without the presence of the flare. The spectral information about the chains of type I in the events obtained of the network e-CALLISTO (Compact Astronomical Low-cost Low-frequency Instrument for Spectroscopy and Transportable Observatory) revealed in 07/05/2011 (day without flare) bandwidth in the range 5.7 {-}{-} 91 MHz, the duration varied from 7 {-}{-} 361 seconds, and the frequency drift-rate was in the range -5.2 {-}{-} +2.5 MHzs$^{-1}$. Day whit flare (01/08/2011) presented bandwidth in the range 4.7 {-}{-} 60 MHz, duration between 6 and 214 seconds and frequency drift-rate varied from -6 to +1.8 MHzs$^{-1}$.
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