An ultra-wide bandwidth receiver for the Parkes radio telescope

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An ultra-wide bandwidth receiver for the Parkes radio telescope

This data collection is described in Hobbs et al. (2019) entitled "An ultra-wide bandwidth (704 to 4032 MHz) receiver for the Parkes radio telescope". The collection contains data sets corresponding to the figures and text in the paper, including beam shapes and Tsys and Ssys measurements as well as calibration data files.

Astronomical and Space Instrumentation



George Hobbs

receiver Parkes telescope Medusa UWL Euryale

The data was produced when the Parkes ultra-wide-bandwidth receiver was commissioned in 2018 and 2019.

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CSIRO (Australia)

Hobbs, George; Manchester, Dick; Jameson, Andrew; Dunning, Alex; Green, Jimi; Toomey, Lawrence; Kaczmarek, Jane; Mader, Stacy; Dai, Shi; Dempsey, James; Johnston, Simon; Reynolds, John; Sarkissian, John; Whiting, Matthew (2019): An ultra-wide bandwidth receiver for the Parkes radio telescope. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection.

All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2019.

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About this Project

ATNF Science – Astronomy Research

The astrophysics research group is part of CSIRO astronomy and space science. We have collaboration with the National Astronomical Observatory of China (NAOC) which is part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The CSIRO Parkes telescope is being used to follow-up and confirm new discoveries made by the Chinese FAST telescope.

Elaine Sadler

George Hobbs

Dick Manchester

Andrew Jameson

Alex Dunning

Jimi Green

Lawrence Toomey

Jane Kaczmarek

Stacy Mader

Shi Dai

James Dempsey

Simon Johnston

John Reynolds

John Sarkissian

Matthew Whiting

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