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Location accuracy of VLF World-Wide Lightning Location (WWLL) network: Post-algorithm upgrade
An experimental VLF World-Wide Lightning Location (WWLL) network has been developed through collaborations with research institutions across the globe. The aim of the WWLL is to provide global real-time locations of lightning discharges, with >50% CG flash detection efficiency and mean location accuracy of <10 km. While these goals are essentially arbitrary, they do define a point where the WWLL network development can be judged a success, providing a breakpoint for a more stable operationaldoi:10.5194/angeo-23-277-2005 fatcat:bob3qz4eondp5cxvlq75lggf2m