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Apart from the procedures in the cookbook, the following references are work in progress:
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== Phase Offset Calibration ==
 
== Phase Offset Calibration ==
  
 
   http://www.astro.caltech.edu/~koda/carma/ocal/summary.dat
 
   http://www.astro.caltech.edu/~koda/carma/ocal/summary.dat
  
This page describes how to derive/apply band-to-band phase offsets when observing "hybrid" correlator configuration. Jin Koda wrote the web page based on the script worked out by Stuart Vogel and Misty LaVigne.
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This page describes how to derive/apply band-to-band phase offsets when observing "hybrid" correlator configuration. Jin Koda wrote the web page based on the script worked out by Stuart Vogel and Misty LaVigne. Vogel's script is now available in the cookbook as '''bandcal.csh'''.
  
 
== Noise-source bandpass calibration ==
 
== Noise-source bandpass calibration ==
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This page, written by Joanna, describes how to use the noise source to calibrate the high-resolution correlator modes.
 
This page, written by Joanna, describes how to use the noise source to calibrate the high-resolution correlator modes.
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Only data since early December 2006 can be used for this, which is when the noise source was amplified sufficiently.

Revision as of 07:51, 20 February 2007

Apart from the procedures in the cookbook, the following references are work in progress:

Phase Offset Calibration

  http://www.astro.caltech.edu/~koda/carma/ocal/summary.dat

This page describes how to derive/apply band-to-band phase offsets when observing "hybrid" correlator configuration. Jin Koda wrote the web page based on the script worked out by Stuart Vogel and Misty LaVigne. Vogel's script is now available in the cookbook as bandcal.csh.

Noise-source bandpass calibration

  http://www.astro.caltech.edu/~jmb/passband.html

This page, written by Joanna, describes how to use the noise source to calibrate the high-resolution correlator modes. Only data since early December 2006 can be used for this, which is when the noise source was amplified sufficiently.

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