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Instruments


Over the years the INGV Roma2 Department has been independently developing, manufacturing and implementing sophisticated and internationally-recognized laboratory equipment and scientific instruments.

Some tools have already been patented while most of them are still in the prototype stage: all devices result from the passionate work and know-how of the Department scientific and technical staff.

In addition to the variety of instruments originally designed for laboratory and observatory use, a few hi-tech devices, supplied by other scientific institutions, have been uniquely implemented by the Department scientific and technical staff.

List
  • AIS
    Pulse compression HF Radar for ionospheric sounding
  • AIS-2
    Advanced Ionospheric Sounder - Digital ionosondes development
  • BTN0 GPS receiver
    Mario Zucchelli Station GPS receiver (Antarctica)
  • GBMS
    Heterodyne spectrometer tunable between 230 and 280 GHz for measuring middle atmospheric chemical constituents
  • Glacioradar
    Airborne phase coded VHF radar system
  • INGV-IT Radar
    Airborne 60 MHz enveloper radar utilizing 2 folded dipoles
  • LYB0 GPS receiver
    GPS receiver (Longyearbean)
  • NYA1 GPS receiver
    NYA1 GPS receiver (Svalbard island)
  • VESPA-22
    22 GHz ground-based spectrometer for middle atmospheric water vapour monitoring

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