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 Instruments of the Meridian Project
 

Station

Lat.

Lon.

Instruments

Mohe

53.5N

122.4E

magnetometer, digisonde, TEC monitor/ionospheric scintillation monitor

Manzhouli

49.6N

117.4E

magnetometer, ionosonde

Changchun

44.0N

125.2E

magnetometer, ionosonde

Beijing

40.3N

116.2E

magnetometer, digisonde, lidar, all-sky imager, Fabry-Perot interferometer, mesosphere-stratosphere-thermosphere radar, interplanetary scintillation monitor, cosmic ray monitor, TEC monitor/ionospheric scintillation monitor, high frequency Doppler frequency shift Monitor

Xinxiang

34.6N

113.6E

magnetometer, ionosonde, TEC monitor/ionospheric scintillation monitor

Wuhan

30.5N

114.6E

magnetometer, digisonde, lidar, mesosphere-stratosphere-thermosphere radar, meteor radar, TEC monitor/ionospheric scintillation monitor, high frequency Doppler frequency shift monitor

Hefei

33.4N

116.5E

Lidar

Guangzhou

23.1N

113.3E

magnetometer, digisonde, lidar,  mesosphere-stratosphere-thermosphere radar, meteor radar, TEC monitor/ ionospheric scintillation monitor, high frequency Doppler frequency shift monitor

Hainan

19.0N

109.8E

magnetometer, digisonde, TEC monitor/ionospheric scintillation monitor, Lidar, all-sky imager, very high frequency radar,

sounding rockets, meteor radar

Zhangshan

69.4S

76.4E

magnetometer, digisonde, high-frequency

coherent scatter radar, aurora spectrometer

Shanghai

31.1N

121.2E

magnetometer, TEC monitor

Chongqing

29.5N

106.5E

magnetometer, ionosonde

Qujing

25.6N

103.8E

Incoherent Scattering Radar

Chengdu

31.0N

103.7E

magnetometer, ionosonde

Lhasa

29.6N

91.0E

magnetometer, ionosonde

 
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