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Direct Imaging Digital Lens for Transient Radio Source Survey

  • Tsuneaki Daishido (a1), Kuniyuki Asuma (a1), Kazuhiko Nishibori (a1), Junichi Nakajima (a1), Motoko Yano (a1), Eiichiro Otobe (a1), Naoki Watanabe (a1), Akira Tsuchiya (a1) and Seiichiro Iwase (a2)...

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FFT based 2D Dygital Lens is discussed comparing with Fourier synthesis. The sensitivity of constructing Large Array will be 50mJy. Precise manipuration of the radiation field is possible in it.

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Daishido, T., Ohkawa, T., Yokoyama, T., Asuma, K., Kikuchi, H., Nagane, K., Hirabayashi, H., and Komatsu, S. 1984, in Indirect Imaging, ed. Roberts, J.A., Cambridge University Press, p. 81.
Daishido, T., Asuma, K., Ohara, H., Komatsu, S., and Nagane, K. 1986, in Proceedings of IEEE_IECEJ_ASJ International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (Tokyo). 53.4.1, p2855
Iwase, S., Okita, T., Yamazaki, T., Daishido, T., and Asuma, K. 1988, Dennshi Tsushin Gakkai Ronbunshi, A Vol. J71-A No.2, p320(Japanese).
[English translation: Electronics and Comunications in Japan, Part3: Fundamental Electronic Science ( Scripta Technica, Inc./Wiley ), 1989 Vol.72, N5, p109 ]
Nakajima, J., Otobe, E., Asuma, K., Nishibori, K., Iwase, S., and Daishido, T. 1991, in Proceedings of The 28th Yamada Conference on the Frontiers of X-ray Astronmy, A-24, (Nagoya), ed. by Tanaka, Y. and Koyama, K., Universal Academy Press(in preparation)

Direct Imaging Digital Lens for Transient Radio Source Survey

  • Tsuneaki Daishido (a1), Kuniyuki Asuma (a1), Kazuhiko Nishibori (a1), Junichi Nakajima (a1), Motoko Yano (a1), Eiichiro Otobe (a1), Naoki Watanabe (a1), Akira Tsuchiya (a1) and Seiichiro Iwase (a2)...

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