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Upcoming Seminar: July 26th, 2pm (HST)
Statistical characteristics of Harp receptors
Location: EAO Office, Hilo
HARP (Heterodyne Array Receiver Program) is a receiver which consists of 16 different receptors. Currently 13 receptors are operational. These receptors are aimed at mapping large areas. The purpose of my project is to enhance the recognition of normal TRX (receiver noise temperature). This allows operators and scientists to figure out whether the receiver works properly or not. Also, characteristics of TRX variation help them to discuss how to deal with issues for operation. In this talk, I’ll analyse the relation between TRX and Lo (Local Oscillator) frequency based on data collected from 2015 to 2019. Specifically some interesting features found on the data will be discussed.
Where and How:
EAO seminars are (usually) held in the second floor conference room at the East Asia Observatory, 660 N. A’ohoku Place, Hilo, Hawaii. Please note that access to EAO is possible only through the main entrance (through the side doors facing Subaru).
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