XFCOR is a MIRIAD task to model the CARMA correlator configuration.
Input an observing frequency and IF freq and search
spectral line files for all spectral lines that would be
observable in IF passband. The positions of the lines in
the correlator for the selected correlator settup are plotted.
The name of the spectral line file. Up to 5 input files are
permitted. Available files are: $MIRCAT/lovas.3mm, $MIRCAT/lovas.1mm
and $MIRCAT/recom.lis. The default is $MIRCAT/lovas.3mm.
The rest frequency of the line in GHz. The default 110.0 GHz.
The intermediate frequency in MHz. The default 1250.0 MHz.
This is the frequency in the IF at which the line
rest frequency will appear. A negative value indictes that
the line should appear in the lower sideband of the first LO.
Vlsr of the source in km/s. The default 0 km/s.
The device used for plotting. See the User's Manual for
details on how to specify the PGPLOT device.
The output log file. The default is the terminal.
The mode determines the correlator configuration and number of
spectral windows. Default=3. The number of channels corresponds
to Table 1 in CARMA memo 28.
Correlator LO frequencies in MHz.
Three values. One for each frequency band.
Correlator bandwidths in MHz. Three values selected from the
available bandwidths: 500, 62, 31, 8, or 2.
Number of birdies followed by a list of the birdie frequencies
in MHz. Up to 20 birdies are allowed. The default is 0 birdies.