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lbaops:parkesrx [2018/09/05 17:29]
chrisphillips [MARS (8.4 GHz)]
lbaops:parkesrx [2019/06/19 15:36] (current)
kac014 [Multibeam (21cm, 1.4 GHz)]
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 ==== 13mm  (22 GHz) ==== ==== 13mm  (22 GHz) ====
  
-In PMCC click on the "Focus Cabin Switches"​. Make sure "13MM Rx" and "F/C Synthesisers"​ are both on. (If F/C Synthesisers are not on, wait ~ 1min before trying to set any of the LOs).+In PMCC click on the "Focus Cabin Switches"​. Make sure "13MM Rx" and "F/C Synthesisers"​ are both on - see below. If F/C Synthesisers are not on, wait ~ 1min before trying to set any of the LOs.
  
  
 In PMCC "​show"​ the 13mm Rx settings. ​ Ensure LNA "​A"​ and "​B"​ and on and Noisecal is "​active"​. In PMCC "​show"​ the 13mm Rx settings. ​ Ensure LNA "​A"​ and "​B"​ and on and Noisecal is "​active"​.
  
 +{{ :​lbaops:​13mm-rx.png?​400 |}}
 ==== MARS  (8.4 GHz) ==== ==== MARS  (8.4 GHz) ====
  
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 +==== UWB-Low ​ (704 MHz -- 4.032 GHz) ====
  
 +To turn on the UWL LNAs, search for the "​CS-studio"​ GUI on the joffrey:1 VNC session, which should look like the following image. If this is not running then it can be started from the joffrey VNC session by opening a terminal on Joffrey and typing:
 +> cd UWB
 +> /​askap/​default/​bin/​CSS uwb_obs.opi
 +
 +Click the "​on"​ button under the LNA control and wait for all the lights to go green and read '​on'​. ​
 +
 +Turn the LNAs off when your experiment is done.
 +
 +{{ :​lbaops:​uwb-l_lna_control.png?​400 |}}
 +
 +
 +==== Multibeam ​ (21cm, 1.4 GHz) ====
 +
 +On the third window of Joffrey:1, find the Parkes Monitor & Control GUI. Under Receivers, click the “show->​” button that is in line with the Multibeam.
 +This will bring up the MB LNA GUI.
 +
 +Select the green “On” button to turn all LNAs on. Then select the 6A LNA radio button to turn it off (it is broken).
 +
 +{{ :​lbaops:​mb_lnas.png?​700 |}} 
lbaops/parkesrx.1536132545.txt.gz · Last modified: 2018/09/05 17:29 by chrisphillips