The paper is devoted to a stochastic heat equation with a mixed fractional Brownian noise. We investigate the covariance structure, stationarity, upper bounds and asymptotic behavior of the solution. Based on its discrete-time observations, we construct a strongly consistent estimator for the Hurst index H and prove the asymptotic normality for $H<3/4$. Then assuming the parameter H to be known, we deal with joint estimation of the coefficients at the Wiener process and at the fractional Brownian motion. The quality of estimators is illustrated by simulation experiments.
The paper deals with a stochastic heat equation driven by an additive fractional Brownian space-only noise. We prove that a solution to this equation is a stationary and ergodic Gaussian process. These results enable us to construct a strongly consistent estimator of the diffusion parameter.