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Development and testing of a portable "noise-meter" for areal magnetic noise survey

Dmitry Kudin1, Evgeniy Uchaikin2, Alexey Gvozdarev2, Nikolay Kudryavtsev2, and Roman Krasnoperov1 Dmitry Kudin et al.
  • 1Geophysical Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 119296, Russia
  • 2Gorno-Altaisk State University, Gorno-Altaisk, 649000, Russia

Abstract. Installation of modern highly sensitive magnetometric equipment at geophysical observatories requires location of places with a low level of magnetic noise. It is also required to perform regular control of noise environment at observatory instrument installation points. This work is aimed at testing one of the prototypes of magnetic noise measuring instruments, capable of performing fast areal measurements. The key features of this prototype are high sensitivity and linearity and capability of registration of magnetic noise in different frequency bands.

This work was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (project No. 17-77-20034).

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This paper gives an outlook of the research aimed at development of an instrument for magnetic field survey. The developed instrument performs accurate measurements of the parameters of the Earth’s magnetic field. Such measurements are required for control of magnetic environment at observational points where the Earth’s magnetic field is continuously measured. The developed instrument is considered as a possible standard solution for assessment of artificial noise at various locations.
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