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6th of December 2015
Bolton Symposium talk
by Greg Hellbourg (CASS)
Active Radio Frequency Interfernce (RFI) mitigation is important for radio astronomy in order to overcome the continuously-growing spectrum occupancy of man-made radio sources. The research conducted at CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science (CASS) leads to the development of efficient filtering techniques exploiting the spatial diversity of astronomical and RFI sources. Besides rejecting the interfering signals, these algorithms virtually redesign a telescope directivity pattern to recover any astronomical source of interest.

Greg Hellbourg presented this work at the 2015 Bolton & Student Symposium.

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