Global statistics of 0.8-2.0 GHz radio bursts and fine structures observed during 1992-2000 by the Ondřejov radiospectrograph
Astronomical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, 25165 Ondřejov, Czech Republic e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Corresponding author: K. Jiřička, email@example.com
Accepted: 28 May 2001
681 solar radio events observed by the Ondřejov 0.8-2.0 GHz radiospectrograph during 1992-2000 are analyzed and corresponding bursts and fine structures classified into ten different classes. A new rare type of fine structure with rapid frequency variation we called lace pattern was included. Drifting pulsation structures, observed usually at the beginning of the impulsive flare phase, were recognized among pulsations. Furthermore, a new sub-class of zebra patterns with many zebra lines (~30) superimposed on fibers was identified. For all defined types of burst and fine structures basic characteristics of their parameters are presented. Distributions of various types of burst and fine structures in the years 1992-2000 in dependence on the changes of solar activity during the cycles 22 and 23, occurrences of studied types of burst in association with GOES class flares as well as their relationship to GOES flare maxima are shown. Finally, the association of the analyzed bursts with the metric type III bursts observed at Potsdam-Tremsdorf Observatory was studied.
Key words: plasmas / Sun: flares / Sun: radio radiation / methods: data analysis / methods: statistical
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