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correlator:records:v558c [2019/08/13 16:44]
vlbi postwiki.py
correlator:records:v558c [2019/08/13 16:47] (current)
cormac [Correlation notes]
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 **Output files:** **Output files:**
 ^ Pass ^  File name    Description  ^  Start date, UT range  ^  Antennas  ^ Polarizations  ^  # subbands (AIPS IFs)  ^  Bandwidth per IF (MHz)  ^  Spectral channels per IF/pol  ^  Corr. int. time (s)  | ^ Pass ^  File name    Description  ^  Start date, UT range  ^  Antennas  ^ Polarizations  ^  # subbands (AIPS IFs)  ^  Bandwidth per IF (MHz)  ^  Spectral channels per IF/pol  ^  Corr. int. time (s)  |
-| v558c-vla1 | V558C.VLA1.FITS |   |  2019-02-28, 0/04:30:00 - 0/14:59:59  | AT CD HH HO KM MP PA T6 WA  | RR LL RL LR  |  8  |  16.0  MHz  |  64  |  1.0  | +| v558c-vla1 | V558C.VLA1.FITS | Continuum. All sources. VLA-MID at position of VLA1  |  2019-02-28, 0/04:30:00 - 0/14:59:59  | AT CD HH HO KM MP PA T6 WA  | RR LL RL LR  |  8  |  16.0  MHz  |  64  |  1.0  | 
-| v558c-vla2 | V558C.VLA2.FITS |   |  2019-02-28, 0/06:00:20 - 0/14:57:40  | AT CD HH HO KM MP PA T6 WA  | RR LL RL LR  |  8  |  16.0  MHz  |  64  |  1.0  | +| v558c-vla2 | V558C.VLA2.FITS | Continuum. VLA-MID at position of VLA2  |  2019-02-28, 0/06:00:20 - 0/14:57:40  | AT CD HH HO KM MP PA T6 WA  | RR LL RL LR  |  8  |  16.0  MHz  |  64  |  1.0  | 
-| v558c-gated | V558C.GATED.FITS |   |  2019-02-28, 0/06:00:20 - 0/14:57:40  | AT CD HH HO KM MP PA T6 WA  | RR LL RL LR  |  8  |  16.0  MHz  |  64  |  1.0  |+| v558c-gated | V558C.GATED.FITS | Gated pass. VLA-MID at position of J0437  |  2019-02-28, 0/06:00:20 - 0/14:57:40  | AT CD HH HO KM MP PA T6 WA  | RR LL RL LR  |  8  |  16.0  MHz  |  64  |  1.0  |
  
 CD: no fringes after 2019y05905h20m. Probably a recorder problem. CD: no fringes after 2019y05905h20m. Probably a recorder problem.
correlator/records/v558c.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/13 16:47 by cormac