PUBLICATIONS

  1. Radio, X-Ray, and Extreme-ultraviolet Observations of Weak Energy Releases in the "Quiet" Sun R. Ramesh, C. Kathiravan, N.P.S.Mithun, S.V.Vadawale Astrophys. J. Lett., 2021, Vol.918, L18
  2. Kodaikanal Solar Observatory Radio Spectrograph Indrajit V. Barve, C. Kathiravan, G. V. S. Gireesh, M.N. Anand, M. Rajesh, M. Rajalingam, E. Ebenezer Chellasamy, R. RameshSolar Phys., 2021, Vol.296, p132
  3. Radio Interferometric Observations of the Sun Using Commercial Dish TV Antennas G. V. S. Gireesh, C. Kathiravan, Indrajit V. Barve, R. RameshSolar Phys., 2021, Vol.296, p121
  4. Imaging and Spectral Observations of a Type-II Radio Burst Revealing the Section of the CME-Driven Shock that Accelerates Electrons M. Satabdwa, T. Srikar Paavan, M. Samriddhi Sankar, D. Ketaki, A. Kumari, R. Patel, N. GopalswamySolar Phys., 2021, Vol.296, p62
  5. Turbulent proton heating in the solar wind from 5 to 45 solar radii K. Sasikumar Raja, Prasad Subramanian, Madhusudan Ingale, R. Ramesh, Milan Maksimovic Astrophys. J., 2021, Vol.914, p137
  6. Data background levels of the metre and decimetre wavelength observations by E-CALLISTO network: the Gauribidanur and Greenland sites W. Z. A. Wan Mokhtar, Z. S. Hamidi, Z. Z. Abidin, Z. A. Ibrahim, C. MonsteinInd. J. Phys., 2021, Vol.95, p1051
  7. New results on the direct observations of thermal radio emission from a solar coronal mass ejection R. Ramesh, A. Kumari, C. Kathiravan, D. Ketaki, T. J. Wang Geophys. Res. Lett., 2021, Vol.48, e91048
  8. A statistical study of low-frequency solar radio type-III bursts Mahender Aroori, K. Sasikumar Raja, R. Ramesh, Vemareddy Panditi, Christian Monstein, Yellaiah GanjiSolar Phys., 2020, Vol.295, p153
  9. Low frequency radio observations of the 'quiet' corona during the descending phase of sunspot cycle 24 R.Ramesh, A.Kumari, C.Kathiravan, D.Ketaki, M.Rajesh, M.Vrunda Geophys. Res. Lett., 2020, Vol.47, e90426
  10. New Evidence for Spatio-temporal Fragmentation in the Solar Flare Energy Release R.Ramesh, V. Mugundhan, K.PrabhuAstrophys. J. Lett., 2020, Vol.889, L25
  11. Automated Detection of Solar Radio Bursts using a Statistical Method Dayal Singh, K.Sasikumar Raja, R.Ramesh, Prasad Subramanian, Christian MonsteinSolar Phys., 2019, Vol.294, p112
  12. Direct Estimates of the Solar Coronal Magnetic Field Using Contemporaneous Extreme-ultraviolet, Radio, and White-light Observations Anshu Kumari, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, T.J.Wang, N.Gopalswamy Astrophys. J., 2019, Vol.881, p24
  13. Dissipation Scale Lengths of Solar Wind Turbulence K.Sasikumar Raja, Prasad Subramanian, Madhusudan Ingale, R.Ramesh Astrophys. J., 2019, Vol.872, p77
  14. Energy distribution of solar flare events S.Sen, A.Mangalam, R.Ramesh Proc. IAU Symp. 340, 2018, p53
  15. The First Low-frequency Radio Observations of the Solar Corona on ~200 km Long Interferometer Baseline V.Mugundhan, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, G.V.S Gireesh, Anshu Kumari, K.Hariharan, Indrajit V. Barve Astrophys. J. Lett., 2018, Vol.855, L08
  16. Spectropolarimetric Observations of Solar Noise Storms at Low Frequencies V.Mugundhan, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, G.V.S Gireesh, Aathira Hegde Solar Phys., 2018, Vol.293, p41
  17. Addendum to: Strength of the Solar Coronal Magnetic Field – A Comparison of Independent Estimates using Contemporaneous Radio and White-Light Observations Anshu Kumari, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, T.J.Wang Solar Phys., 2017, Vol.292, p177
  18. Turbulent Density Fluctuations and Proton Heating Rate in the Solar Wind from 9-20 R K.Sasikumar Raja, Prasad Subramanian, R.Ramesh, A.Vourlidas, Madhusudan Ingale Astrophys. J., 2017, Vol.850, p129
  19. Strength of the Solar Coronal Magnetic Field- A Comparison of Independent Estimates Using Contemporaneous Radio and White-Light Observations Anshu Kumari, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, T.J.Wang Solar Phys., 2017, Vol.292, p161
  20. Solar Type IIIb Radio Bursts as Tracers for Electron Density Fluctuations in the Corona V.Mugundhan, K.Hariharan, R.Ramesh Solar Phys., 2017, Vol.292, p155
  21. New Evidence for a Coronal Mass Ejection-driven High Frequency Type II Burst near the Sun Anshu Kumari, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, N.Gopalswamy Astrophys. J., 2017, Vol.843, p10
  22. Coronal Magnetic Field Lines and Electrons Associated with Type III–V Radio Bursts in a Solar Flare P.Kishore, C.Kathiravan, R.Ramesh, E.Ebenezer Astrophys. J., Astron., 2017, Vol.38, p24
  23. Amplitude of Solar wind density turbulence from 10 - 45 R K.Sasikumar Raja, Madhusudan Ingale, R.Ramesh, Prasad Subramanian, P.K.Manoharan, P.Janardhan J. Geophys. Res., 2016, Vol.121, p11605
  24. Constraining the Solar Coronal Magnetic Field Strength using Split-Band Type II Radio Burst Observations P.Kishore, R.Ramesh, K.Hariharan, C.Kathiravan, N.Gopalswamy Astrophys. J., 2016, Vol.832, p59
  25. Low Frequency Radio Observations of the Solar Corona with arcminute angular resolution: Implications For Coronal Turbulence and Weak Energy Releases V.Mugundhan, R.Ramesh, Indrajit V Barve, C.Kathiravan, G.V.S.Gireesh, P.Kharb, Apurva Misra Astrophys. J., 2016, Vol.831, p154
  26. Simultaneous Near-Sun Observations of a Moving Type IV Radio Burst and the Associated White-Light Coronal Mass Ejection K.Hariharan, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, T.J.Wang Solar Phys., 2016, Vol.291, p1405
  27. High Dynamic Range Observations of Solar Coronal Transients at Low Radio Frequencies with a Spectro-Correlator K.Hariharan, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, H.N.Abhilash, M.Rajalingam Astrophys. J., Suppl., 2016, Vol.222, p21
  28. Discovery of Low DM Fast Radio Transients: Gemiga Pulsar Caught in the Act Y.Maan Astrophys. J., 2015, Vol.815, p1269
  29. Observations of Near-Simultaneous Split-Band Solar Type-II Radio Bursts at Low Frequencies K.Hariharan, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan Solar Phys., 2015, Vol.290, p2479
  30. A Low-Frequency Radio Spectropolarimeter for Observations of the Solar Corona P.Kishore, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, M.Rajalingam Solar Phys., 2015, Vol.290, p2409
  31. Deep searches for decametre-wavelength pulsed emission from radio-quiet gamma-ray pulsars Y.Maan, H.A.AshwathappaMon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 2014, Vol.445, p3221
  32. An Estimate of the Magnetic Field Strength Associated with a Solar Coronal Mass Ejection from Low Frequency Radio Observations K.Sasikumar Raja, R.Ramesh, K.Hariharan, C.Kathiravan, T.J.Wang Astrophys. J., 2014, Vol.796, p56
  33. An Estimate of the Coronal Magnetic Field near a Solar Coronal Mass Ejection from Low Frequency Radio Observations K.Hariharan, R.Ramesh, P.Kishore, C.Kathiravan, N.Gopalswamy Astrophys. J., 2014, Vol.795, p14
  34. Gauribidanur Low Frequency Solar Spectrograph P.Kishore, C.Kathiravan, R.Ramesh, M.Rajalingam, Indrajit V Barve Solar Phys., 2014, Vol.289, p3995
  35. Solar observations at low frequencies with the Gauribidanur radioheliograph R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, M. S. Sundara Rajan, Indrajit V Barve, M.Rajalingam Astron. Soc. India Conf. Ser., 2014, Vol.13, p19
  36. Low-Frequency Observations of Drifting, Non-Thermal Continuum Radio Emission Associated with the Solar Coronal Mass Ejections R.Ramesh, P.Kishore, Sargam M Mulay, Indrajit V Barve, C.Kathiravan, T.J.Wang Astrophys. J., 2013, Vol.778, p30
  37. Low-frequency Observations of Transient Quasi-periodic Radio Emission from the Solar Atmosphere K.Sasikumar Raja, R.Ramesh Astrophys. J., 2013, Vol.775, p38
  38. Design and Performance of A Low Frequency Cross -Polarized Log -Periodic Dipole Antenna K.Sasikumar Raja, C.Kathiravan, R.Ramesh, M.Rajalingam, Indrajit V Barve Astrophys. J., Suppl, 2013, Vol.207, p2
  39. Low-Frequency Radio Observations of Picoflare Category Energy Releases in the Solar Atmosphere R.Ramesh, K.Sasikumar Raja, C.Kathiravan, A.Satya Narayanan Astrophys. J., 2013, Vol.762, p89
  40. The location of Solar Metric Type II Radio Bursts with respect to the associated Coronal Mass Ejections R.Ramesh, M.Anna Lakshmi, C.Kathiravan, N.Gopalswamy, S.Umapathy Astrophys. J., 2012, Vol.752, p107
  41. Pulsed radio emission from the Fermi-LAT pulsar J1732-3131: search and a possible detection at 34.5 MHz Y.Maan, H.A.Ashwathappa, A.A.Deshpande Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 2012, Vol.425, p2
  42. Low Frequency Solar Radio Astronomy at the Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA) R.Ramesh First Asia-Pacific Solar Physics Meeting, ASI Conference Series, 2011, Vol.2, p55
  43. High Angular Resolution Radio Observations of a Coronal Mass Ejection Source Region at Low Frequencies During a Solar Eclipse R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, Indrajit V Barve, M.Rajalingam Astrophys. J., 2012, Vol.744, p165
  44. Low-Frequency Observations of Polarized Emission from Long-Lived Non-Thermal Radio Sources in the Solar Corona R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, A.Satya Narayanan Astrophys. J., 2011, Vol.734, p39
  45. Radio Observations of the Solar Corona During an Eclipse C.Kathiravan, R.Ramesh, Indrajit V Barve, M.Rajalingam Astrophys. J., 2011, Vol.730, p91
  46. Radio Observations of Weak Energy Releases in the Solar Corona R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, Indrajit V Barve, G.K.Beeharry, G.N.Rajasekara Astrophys. J. Lett., 2010, Vol.719, p41
  47. Radioheliograph Observations of Metric Type II Bursts and the Kinematics of Coronal Mass Ejections R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, S.Sreeja Kartha, N.Gopalswamy Astrophys. J., 2010, Vol.712, p188
  48. Estimation of Magnetic Field in the Solar Coronal Streamers Through Low Frequency Radio Observations R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, Ch.V.Sastry Astrophys. J., 2010, Vol.711, p1029

  49. A World-Wide Net of Solar Radio Spectrometers: e-CALLISTO A.O.Benz, C. Monstein, H.Meyer, P.K.Manoharan, R.Ramesh, A.Altyntsev, A.Lara, J.Paez, K.-S.Cho Earth, Moon and Planets, 2009, Vol. 104, p277
  50. Polarization of the Thermal Radio Emission from Outer Solar Corona Ch.V.Sastry Astrophys. J., 2009, Vol.697, p1934

  51. A Low-Frequency (30 - 110 MHz) Antenna System for Observations of Polarized Radio Emission from the Solar Corona R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, M.S.SundaraRajan, Indrajit V Barve, Ch.V.Sastry Solar Phys., 2008, Vol.253, p319

  52. Brazilian Decimetric Array (Phase-I) H.S.Sawant, R.Ramesh, J.R.Cecatto, et al. Solar Phys., 2007, Vol.242, p213

  53. The Post-Coronal Mass Ejection Solar Atmosphere and Radio Noise Storm Activity C.Kathiravan, R.Ramesh, H.S.Nataraj Astrophys. J. Lett., 2007, Vol.656, p37

  54. Radio spectrum measurements at the Gauribidanur observatory C.Monstein, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan Bull. Astron. Soc., India, 2007, Vol.35, p473

  55. Gauribidanur radio array solar spectrograph (GRASS) E.Ebenezer, K.R.Subramanian, R.Ramesh, M.S.SundaraRajan, C.Kathiravan Bull. Astron. Soc., India, 2007, Vol.35, p111

  56. The Equatorial Background Solar Corona during Solar Minimum R.Ramesh, H.S.Nataraj, C.Kathiravan, Ch.V.Sastry Astrophys. J., 2006, Vol.648, p707

  57. A statistical study of the characteristics of Type II doublet radio bursts K.R.Subramanian, E.Ebenezer Astron. Astrophys., 2006, Vol.451, p683

  58. Occultation of a solar active region at 1.5 GHz K.R.Subramanian, H.S.Sawant, F.C.R.Fernandez, J.R.Cecatto Astron. Astrophys., 2006, Vol.447, p1121

  59. The 1024 channel digital correlator receiver of the Gauribidanur radioheliograph R.Ramesh, M.S.SundaraRajan, Ch.V.Sastry Exp. Astron., 2006, Vol.21, p31

  60. Low Frequency (30-110 MHz) Radio Imaging Observations Of Solar Coronal Mass Ejections R.Ramesh Proc. IAU Symp. 226, 2005, p83

  61. Frequency and time profiles of metric wave isolated Type I solar noise storm bursts at high spectral and temporal resolution G.A.ShanmughaSundaram, K.R.Subramanian Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 2005, Vol.359, p580

  62. Identification of the Source Region of a ``Halo'' Coronal Mass Ejection Using Meter-Wavelength Radio Data C.Kathiravan, R.Ramesh Astrophys. J. Lett., 2005, Vol.627, p77

  63. Fluctuation properties and polar emission mapping of pulsar B0834+06 at decametre wavelengths A.Asgekar, A.A.Deshpande Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 2005, Vol.357, p1105

  64. An estimation of the plasma parameters in the solar corona using quasi-periodic metric type III radio burst emission R.Ramesh, A.SatyaNarayanan, C.Kathiravan, Ch.V.Sastry, N.UdayaShankar Astron. Astrophys., 2005, Vol.431, p353

  65. Low Frequency (< 100 MHz) Thermal Radio Emission from the Solar Corona and the Effect of Radial Magnetic Field R.Ramesh, Ch.V.Sastry ASP Conf. Ser., 2005, Vol.346, p153
  66. Prototype LPDA Tracking System for the Gauribidanur Radioheliograph G. A. S. Sundaram, K. R. Subramanian, M. S. S. Rajan, E. E.Chellaswamy, R. RameshASP Conf. Ser., 2005, Vol.345, p371
  67. Spectrum of Solar Type I Continuum Noise Storm in the 50-80 MHz Band and Plasma Characteristics in the Associated Source Region G.A.ShanmughaSundaram, K.R.Subramanian Astrophys. J., 2004, Vol.605, p948

  68. Seismology of the solar corona through observations of metric type IV radio burst emission R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, A.SatyaNarayanan Asian J. Phys., 2004, Vol.13, p277

  69. Brightness temperature and size of the quiet Sun at 34.5 MHz K.R.Subramanian Astron. Astrophys., 2004, Vol.426, p329

  70. Quasi-Periodicity in global solar radio flux at metric wavelengths during Noise Storms G.A.ShanmughaSundaram, K.R.Subramanian Solar Phys., 2004, Vol.222, p311

  71. Estimation of the Three-Dimensional Space Speed of a Coronal Mass Ejection Using Metric Radio Data C.Kathiravan, R.Ramesh Astrophys. J., 2004, Vol.610, p532

  72. Kink Oscillations in the Solar Corona A.SatyaNarayanan, R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, E.Ebenezer ASP Conf. Ser., 2004, Vol.325, p295

  73. Metric observations of transient, quasi-periodic radio emission from the solar corona in association with a ``halo'' CME and an ``EIT wave'' event R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, A.SatyaNarayanan, E.Ebenezer Astron. Astrophys., 2003, Vol.400, p753

  74. Post-flare pulsations in the 54-78 MHz frequency band K.R.Subramanian, E.Ebenezer Solar Phys., 2003, Vol.218, p221

  75. Metric Radio Observations of the Evolution of a ``Halo'' Coronal Mass Ejection Close to the Sun R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, Ch.V.Sastry Astrophys. J. Lett., 2003, Vol.591, p163

  76. Study of Extended Radio Galaxies at 151.6 MHz using the Mauritius Radio Telescope R.Somanah, N.UdayaShankar Astrophys. Space Sci., 2002, Vol.282, p57

  77. Limitations Of The Tangent Plane Approximation For Wide-field Imaging Using The Mauritius Radio Telescope N.Oozeer, N.UdayaShankar Astrophys. Space Sci., 2002, Vol.282, p43

  78. Metric Radio Observations and Ray-tracing Analysis of the Onset Phase of a Solar Eruptive Event C.Kathiravan, R.Ramesh, K.R.Subramanian Astrophys. J. Lett., 2002, Vol.567, p93

  79. The Pulsar Observing System and Data Analysis Procedure Used at MRT N.H.Issur Astrophys. Space Sci., 2002, Vol.282, p77

  80. Low Frequency Observations of Pulsars at MRT - Results on a few normal pulsars and a millisecond pulsar N.H.Issur Astrophys. Space Sci., 2002, Vol.282, p69

  81. Full Resolution Images From The Mauritius Radio Telescope V.N.Pandey, N.UdayaShankar, R.Somanah
    Astrophys. Space Sci., 2002, Vol.282, p29

  82. Imaging With The Mauritius Radio Telescope Challenges and Results N.UdayaShankar, K.Gopal, S.Sachdev, R.Dodson, M.Katwaroo, Ch.V.Sastry Astrophys. Space Sci., 2002, Vol.282, p15

  83. Brazilian Solar Spectroscope H.S.Sawant, K.R.Subramanian, C.Faria, et al. Solar Phys., 2001, Vol.200, p167

  84. Detection, Excision and Statistics of Interference at the Mauritius Radio Telescope S.Sachdev, N.UdayaShankar
    J. Astrophys. Astron., 2001, Vol.22, p213

  85. Decameter Wavelength Observations of an Absorption Burst from the Sun and Its Association with an X2.0/3B Flare and the Onset of a ``Halo'' Coronal Mass Ejection R.Ramesh, E.Ebenezer Astrophys. J. Lett., 2001, Vol.558, p141

  86. A new digital spectrograph for observations of radio burst emission from the Sun E.Ebenezer, R.Ramesh, K.R.Subramanian, M.S.SundaraRajan, Ch.V.Sastry Astron. Astrophys., 2001, Vol.367, p1112

  87. Low frequency radio observations of angular broadening of Crab nebula due to a CME R.Ramesh, C.Kathiravan, Ch.V.Sastry Astrophys. J. Lett., 2001, Vol.548, p229

  88. The topology and polarization of sub-beams associated with the `drifting' sub-pulse emission of pulsar B0943+10 - II. Analysis of Gauribidanur 35-MHz observations A.Asgekar, A.A.Deshpande Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc., 2001, Vol.326, p1249

  89. Occurrence of Metric Noise Storms and the Onset of Coronal Mass Ejections in the Solar Atmosphere R.Ramesh, Sundaram, G.A.Shanmugha Solar Phys., 2001, Vol.202, p355

  90. Deconvolution of Wide-field Images from a Non-Coplanar T-Array K.Golap, N.UdayaShankar
    J. Astrophys. Astron., 2001, Vol.22, p251

  91. Carbon recombination lines from the Galactic plane at 34.5 & 328 MHz N.G.Kantharia, K.R.Anantharamaiah
    J. Astrophys. Astron., 2001, Vol.22, p51

  92. Low Frequency Radio Emission from the 'Quiet Sun' R.Ramesh J. Astrophys. Astron., 2000, Vol.21, p237

  93. The Halo CME Event Of 23 October 1997 - Low-Frequency Radio Observations Of The Pre-Event Corona R.Ramesh Solar Phys., 2000, Vol.196, p213

  94. Type I radio bursts and the minimum between sunspot cycles 22 & 23 R.Ramesh, G.A.ShanmughaSundaram
    Astron. Astrophys., 2000, Vol.364, p873

  95. Radio observations of a CME induced depletion in the outer solar corona R.Ramesh, Ch.V.Sastry Astron. Astrophys., 2000, Vol.358, p749

  96. Estimation of the altitude and electron density of a discrete source in the outer solar corona through low frequency radio observations R.Ramesh, K.R.Subramanian, Ch.V.Sastry Astrophys. Lett., 2000, Vol.40, p93

  97. Long-Wavelength Observations of Jets from Polar Regions of the Sun R.Ramesh Solar Phys., 1999, Vol.189, p85

  98. New pulsar observations using the Gauribidanur Radio Telescope A. Asgekar, A.A.Deshpande Bull. Astron. Soc. India, 1999, Vol.27, p209

  99. Phase calibration scheme for a T-array based on redundancy and closure techniques R.Ramesh, K.R.Subramanian, Ch.V.Sastry Astron. Astrophys. Suppl., 1999, Vol.139, p179

  100. Eclipse observations of compact sources in the outer solar corona R.Ramesh, K.R.Subramanian, Ch.V.Sastry Solar Phys., 1999, Vol.185, p77

  101. Upper limits on the pulsed radio emission from the Geminga pulsar at 35 & 327 MHz R.Ramachandran, A.A.Deshpande, C.Indrani Astron. Astrophys., 1998, Vol.339, p787

  102. First results from the Gauribidanur radioheliograph R.Ramesh, K.R.Subramanian, Ch.V.Sastry Bull. Astron. Soc. India, 1998, Vol.26, p233

  103. Carbon Recombination Lines between 34.5 and 770 MHz toward Cassiopeia A N.G.Kantharia, K.R.Anatharamaiah, H.E. Payne Astrophys. J., 1998, Vol.506, p758

  104. The Gauribidanur Radioheliograph R.Ramesh, K.R.Subramanian, M.S.SundaraRajan, Ch.V.Sastry Solar Phys., 1998, Vol.181, p439

  105. Results from the one-dimensional observations with the E-W array of the Gauribidanur radioheliograph K.R.Subramanian, R.Ramesh, M.S.SundaraRajan, Ch.V.Sastry Astrophys. Space Sci., 1996, Vol.243, p259

  106. The decameter and meter wave radio telescopes in India and Mauritius Ch.V.Sastry Space Sci. Rev., 1995, Vol.72, p629.

  107. The Mauritius Radiotelescope II K.Golap, N.H.Issur, R.Somanah, R.Dodson, M.Modgekar, S.Sachdev, N. UdayaShankar, Ch.V.Sastry Astrophys. Space Sci., 1995, Vol.228, p373

  108. The Mauritius Radiotelescope I K.Golap, N.H.Issur, R.Somanah, R.Dodson, M.Modgekar, S.Sachdev, N. UdayaShankar, Ch.V.Sastry J. Astrophys. Astron., 1995, Vol.16, p447

  109. Observations of the continuum radio emission from the undisturbed Sun at wavelength of 8.7 m Ch.V.Sastry Solar Phys., 1994, Vol.150, p285

  110. The radio brightness of the undisturbed solar corona in the presence of a radial magnetic field K.Golap, Ch.V.Sastry Solar Phys., 1994, Vol.150, p295

  111. Pulsar observations at decametric wavelengths using a swept-frequency dedisperser A.A.Deshpande, V.Radhakrishnan J. Astrophys. Astron., 1994, Vol.15, p329

  112. A new investigation of microbursts at meter-decameter wavelengths K.R.Subramanian, N.Gopalswamy, Ch.V.Sastry Solar Phys., 1993, Vol.143, p301

  113. A sweeping local oscillator system for pulsar observations A.A.Deshpande J. Astrophys. Astron., 1992, Vol.13, p167

  114. Pulsar observations at 34.5 MHz using the Gauribidanur Telescope A.A.Deshpande, V.Radhakrishnan J. Astrophys. Astron., 1992, Vol.13, p151

  115. Low-frequency observations of the VELA supernova remnant and their implications K.S.Dwarakanath J. Astrophys. Astron., 1991, Vol.12, p199

  116. A synthesis map of the sky at 34.5 MHz K.S.Dwarakanath, N.UdayaShankar J. Astrophys. Astron., 1990, Vol.11, p323

  117. A modified algorithm for CLEANing wide-field maps with extended structures K.S.Dwarakanath, A.A.Deshpande, N.UdayaShankar J. Astrophys. Astron., 1990, Vol.11, p311

  118. Decametric radio spectra of some galaxies in clusters K.R.Subramanian, Ch.V.Sastry Bull. Astron. Soc. India, 1988, Vol.16, p183
  119. Low frequency radio spectrum of the continuum radio emission from the Sun K.R.Subramanian, Ch.V.Sastry J. Astrophys. Astron., 1988, Vol.9, p225
  120. A broad band low frequency radio telescope at Gauribidanur K.R.Subramanian, C.NanjeGowda, A.T.Abdul Hameed, Ch.V.Sastry Bull. Astron. Soc. India, 1986, Vol.14, p236
  121. Observations of giant HII region complex W51 at decameter wavelengths A.A.Deshpande, Ch.V.Sastry Astron. Astrophys., 1986, Vol.160, p129
  122. Estimation of coronal magnetic fields using type I emission N.Gopalswamy, G.Thejappa, Ch.V.Sastry, A.Tlamicha Bull. Astron. Inst. Czech., 1986, Vol.37, p115
  123. Narrow-band, short duration radio bursts at decameter wavelengths and their interpretation N.Gopalswamy, G.Thejappa, K.R.Subramanian, Ch.V.Sastry Bull. Astron. Soc. India, 1984, Vol.12, p75
  124. The decameter wave radio telescope at Gauribidanur Ch.V.Sastry Bull. Astron. Soc. India, 1983, Vol.11, p167
  125. Observations of the Rosette Nebula using the Decameter Wave Radio Telescope at Gauribidanur Ch.V.Sastry, A.A.Deshpande, R.K.Shevgaonkar Astrophys. Space Sci., 1983, Vol.102, p21
  126. Observations and interpretation of solar decametric absorption bursts N.Gopalswamy, G.Thejappa, Ch.V.Sastry J. Astrophys. Astron., 1983, Vol.4, p215
  127. Diffuse radio emission from Coma cluster of galaxies at decameter wavelengths Ch.V.Sastry, R.K.Shevgaonkar J. Astrophys. Astron., 1983, Vol.4, p47
  128. Observations of the slowly varying component of solar radio emission at decameter wavelengths Ch.V.Sastry, R.K.Shevgaonkar, M.N.Ramanuja Solar Phys., 1983, Vol.87, p391
  129. Absorption bursts in the radio emission from the Sun at decameter wavelengths Ch.V.Sastry, K.R.Subramanian, V.Krishan Astrophys. Lett., 1983, Vol.23, p95
  130. Observations of the supernova remnants HB9 and IC443 at 34.5 MHz K.S.Dwarakanath, R.K.Shevgaonkar, Ch.V.Sastry
    J. Astrophys. Astron., 1982, Vol.3(2), p207
  131. Time structure of solar decameter type III radio bursts G.Thejappa, Ch.V.Sastry J. Astrophys. Astron., 1982, Vol.3, p151
  132. The structure of Cygnus loop at 34.5 MHz Ch.V.Sastry, K.S.Dwarakanath, R.K.Shevgaonkar J. Astrophys. Astron., 1981, Vol.2(3), p339
  133. Pulsating radio emission at decameter wavelengths from the Sun Ch.V.Sastry, V.Krishan, K.R.Subramanian
    J. Astrophys. Astron., 1981, Vol.2, p59
  134. Observations and interpretation of the slowly varying component of solar radio emission at decameter wavelengths Ch.V.Sastry, K.S.Dwarakanath, R.K.Shevgaonkar, V.Krishan Solar Phys., 1981, Vol.73, p363
  135. On the correlation between exciter duration and decay constant of solar decameter type III radio bursts K.R.Subramanian, V.Krishan, Ch.V.Sastry Solar Phys., 1981, Vol.70, p375
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