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Peter Wilkinson, Danielle Kettle, Andrea Cremonini, Jan Geralt bij de Vaate, Roman Feiler & Ray Norris (Jodrell Bank, Jodrell Bank, IRA, ASTRON & ATNF)

FARADAY Colloquium

The Australia Telescope National Facility Colloquium
15:00-16:30 Tue 26 Nov 2002

ATNF Marsfield Lecture Theatre


FARADAY (Focal-plane Arrays for Radio Astronomy: Design, Access and
Yield) is a cooperatiove programme between the University of
Manchester's Joddrell Bank Observatory (UK), ASTRON (NL); Torun
University (P), Institute for Radio Astronomy, Bologna (I) and the
ATNF/CTIP under the aegis of the European Union's Framework Programme.
Its main aim is to produce prototypes of integrated focal plane arrays
to be installed on telescopes (Poland and Italy) and to study large (100
elements) arrays for future implementation. Central to it all is the
development of InP MMICs for these arrays (and hence the ATNF's
interest), and focal plane arrays for single dish and SKA development
(and hence CTIP's interest).
A general overview of the four aspects of the programme will be given

An overview of the FARADAY project (15 min)
Peter Wilkinson, Jodrell Bank Observatory (UK)
Sub-project 1: Horn arrays for continuum surveys at 30 GHz (15 min)
Danielle Kettle, Jodrell Bank Observatory (UK)
Sub-project 2: Horn arrays for spectroscopy at 21-26 GHz (15 min)
Andrea Cremonini, Institute for Radio Astronomy (I)
Sub-project 3: Actively phased arrays at 1-5 GHz (15 min)
Jan Geralt bij de Vaate, ASTRON (NL)
Sub-project 4: Data analysis software tools (10 min)
Roman Feiler, Torun Institute for Astronomy (P)
Australian perspective: why involved and future options (15 min)
Ray Norris (in absentia to be presented), ATNF

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