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Data Display and Download

Ionospheric Data - Hourly

Before proceeding, you can check the availability of Ionospheric data for your selected region by using the Check Availability button at the bottom of the Select a Region section. Warning: It will take a few seconds to list all available years.

Select a Station, Parameter, Year or Month and then select the next item. Select a date and then use the Plot Graph button to display hourly scaled ionospheric data with a line graph. To plot more than 10 days, use the checkboxes above the Plot button. Use the Download button to download the whole year's data.

1:Select a Region
To check the selected region's data availability, use

 2:Select a Station

 3:Select a Parameter

 4:Select a Year

 5:Select a Month

 6:Select a Day

 7:You have selected:

Station: 4464 Auckland
Parameter: 00 foF2
To plot day(s) from 01/01/1978:


The default Select mode is one station/parameter, if you want to display more stations/parameters, please click button "Multiple Stations/Parameters" to change the mode, Click your first target and then hold down "Ctrl/Shift" key to select one or more stations/parameters.

Only hourly data is provided here. If you need minutes-grade scaled parameter values, you can scale ionograms online with the IPS Ionogram Viewer.

IPS uses the URSI parameter codes 55 and 56 for scaling range spread (Scaling R/S) and frequency spread (Scaling F/S).

The Multan data is kindly provided by the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) of Pakistan. The Juliusruh data is kindly provided by the Leibniz-Institute of Atmospheric Physics e.V. at University of Rostock (IAP) of Germany. Their website and other space-related websites can be found at WDC Links.

All stations with CAPITAL NAMES only hold data files between 1957 and 1990 at present. All of these data files came from National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) of USA.

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