Welcome to AUL Space, Atmospheric and Radiowaves Propagation Laboratory. The laboratory aims at addressing the dearth of research data in the region through deployment of multiple ground-based facilities, and strengthening institutional capabilities in atmospheric, solar-terrestrial and radio science research. Among other research areas, we exploit data from very low frequency (VLF) Radiowaves receiver and other ground-based facilities (e.g., weather station) to study atmospheric and ionospheric irregularities including investigation of the diurnal and seasonal changes, atmospheric-lithospheric connections, solar-induced perturbations and their space weather implications.

Request for Data

Data available on request, include:

Diurnal VLF Amplitude (Feb. 2019 - Date)

  • AUL-HWU propagation path
  • AUL-JJI propagation path
  • AUL-NWC propagation path
  • AUL-VTX propagation path

Local content data (Nov. 2020 - Date) in

  • Temperature
  • UV index
  • Wind speed
  • Wind direction
  • Light intensity
  • Humidity
  • Rainfall parameters (daily and accumulative, rain rate)
  • Strike count (now, daily, total)
  • Interference
  • Barometric Pressure
  • Heat Index


Our programme of research in atmospheric and radio science, solar-terrestrial Physics and space weather include:

  • Space weather (and effects on ground-based and space-borne technology)
  • Magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere (MIT) coupling
  • Ionospheric-Tropospheric coupling
  • Ionospheric electricity
  • Radio waves propagation in Earth-ionosphere waveguide
  • Atmospheric-lithospheric connections
  • Meteorology
  • Climate Change
  • Modeling and prediction of atmospheric phenomena using artificial intelligence.


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