In the last decade, the number of seismic stations has increased significantly, and new denser regional networks with advanced technology have been installed worldwide. Moreover, the recent improvements in the quality of seismological instruments have resulted in the application of modern broadband seismometers with high dynamic range digitizers for most seismological studies. Among various seismic data, broadband networks provide valuable data for seismological research. Broadband systems are being widely used in many research areas, such as seismic source studies and frequency‐dependent attenuation in the Earth, particularly from body waves and moment tensor solutions (Marshall et al., 1972;...

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