Zety Sharizat Hamidi, M.B. Ibrahim, N.N.M. Shariff, C. Monstein, An Analysis of Solar Burst Type II, III, and IV and Determination of a Drift Rate of a Single Type III Solar Burst, Volume 38, International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 38)
    The main feature of solar radio type II, III and IV burst is outlined. In this event there are three combinations of bursts that related to the solar flare phenomenon on 6th July 2012. This event is one of good example to observe how far the influence of type II burst could impact the formation of type IV burst and III solar bursts. At first stage, it was observed that a sub-type of H burst form within 2 minutes before type IV solar burst form. The type IV burst is due to the eruption of active region AR 1515 with a fine structure (FS). We used a Blein CALLISTO data in this case. Further analysis also showed that the total energy of the burst are in the range of 4.875 × 10-25 J to 8.48 × 10-25 J and plasma frequency is equal to 1.24 × 104 Hz. Therefore, we could say that in this case, before the solar burst type III occurred, the ejection of CMEs already ejected
    Active Region, Radio Region, Solar Burst, Solar Flare, Sun, Type II, III, IV, X-Ray Region