BackForward Variable: Solar radio flux

Definition
Full name Solar radio flux
Definition Integrated radio flux over the solar disk.
Measuring Units W·m-2 Uncertainty Units %
Horizontal Res Units Vertical Res Units
Stability Units % (Stability /decade)

 

Comment: Flux measurements over the radio wavelengths to detect bursts of radio noise and to derive CME and shock properties in the solar wind. Some bands are of particular interest, e.g. the solar radio flux emitted in the 2700-2900 MHz band, centered around 10.7 cm wavelength, is a commonly used indicator of solar activity (f10.7).
Last modified: 2015-06-15
Applied in OSCAR/Space Gap Analysis: No
Classification
  • Domain: Outer Space
    • Sub-domain: Solar monitoring
      • Variable: Solar radio flux
        • Measured in Layers:
          • Near Surface
          • TOA
          • Magnet
  • Cross-cutting themes:

Requirements defined for Solar radio flux  (1)

This tables shows all related requirements. For more operations/filtering, please consult the full list of Requirements
Note: In reading the values, goal is marked blue, breakthrough green and threshold orange

Id Variable Layer App Area Uncertainty Stability / decade Hor Res Ver Res Obs Cyc Timeliness Coverage Conf Level Val Date Source
604 Solar radio flux n/a Space Weather 5 %
5 %
20 %
1 sec
60 sec
60 sec
60 sec
60 sec
5 min
Global tentative 2011-05-01 ICTSW-1