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Proceedings of The 34th International Cosmic Ray Conference — PoS(ICRC2015)
Two small neutron monitors were built in 2002 to inter-calibrate the approximately 40 stationary neutron monitors around the world, in order to study the modulation of cosmic rays derived from the resulting differential response functions. Due to electronic development during the past decade, the electronics heads were redesigned in 2011. When cheaper and more efficient counter tubes became available, the vision broadened to the concept of a mini neutron monitor, i.e. a permanent detector indoi:10.22323/1.236.0223 fatcat:vmprlmpa65crvfhhfkouwy3fvi