Search
  • Papers


The Loss of Radio Interferometer Sensitivity Depending on the PCal Signal Parameters

I. Surkis, N. Koltsov

Transactions of IAA RAS, issue 38, 55–61 (2016)

Keywords: radio interferometer, VLBI, PCal signals, correlator.

About the paper

Abstract

The dependence of the loss of sensitivity of the radio interferometer with bandwidth up to 1 GHz DBBS from the parameters of PCal signals (power and frequency density) is determined. The accuracy of calculating the PCal delay in the receiving channel of the radio telescope and the necessary accumulation time for the PCal phase determination are estimated.

Citation

Text
BibTeX
RIS
I. Surkis, N. Koltsov. The Loss of Radio Interferometer Sensitivity Depending on the PCal Signal Parameters // Transactions of IAA RAS. — 2016. — Issue 38. — P. 55–61. @article{surkis2016, abstract = {The dependence of the loss of sensitivity of the radio interferometer with bandwidth up to 1 GHz DBBS from the parameters of PCal signals (power and frequency density) is determined. The accuracy of calculating the PCal delay in the receiving channel of the radio telescope and the necessary accumulation time for the PCal phase determination are estimated.}, author = {I. Surkis and N. Koltsov}, issue = {38}, journal = {Transactions of IAA RAS}, keyword = {radio interferometer, VLBI, PCal signals, correlator}, pages = {55--61}, title = {The Loss of Radio Interferometer Sensitivity Depending on the PCal Signal Parameters}, year = {2016} } TY - JOUR TI - The Loss of Radio Interferometer Sensitivity Depending on the PCal Signal Parameters AU - I. Surkis AU - N. Koltsov PY - 2016 T2 - Transactions of IAA RAS IS - 38 SP - 55 AB - The dependence of the loss of sensitivity of the radio interferometer with bandwidth up to 1 GHz DBBS from the parameters of PCal signals (power and frequency density) is determined. The accuracy of calculating the PCal delay in the receiving channel of the radio telescope and the necessary accumulation time for the PCal phase determination are estimated. ER -