PHaRLAP is Matlab toolbox for the study and modelling of the propagation of High Frequency (HF) radio waves in the Earth's ionosphere. It provides 2D and fully magneto-ionic 3D numerical ray tracing (NRT) engines, analytical ray tracing (ART) routines and the necessary supporting routines.
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Janus is a C++ interpreter that interfaces between aircraft flight vehicle mathematical models and aircraft datasets