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PAFINDER – Searching for FRBs and pulsars using Phased Array Feeds

  • Mateusz Malenta (a1), Ewan Barr (a2), Aaron Chippendale (a3), Xinping Deng (a2) (a3), Daniel George (a3), Ramesh Karuppusamy (a2), Michael Keith (a1), Michael Kramer (a1) (a2), Laura Spitler (a2), Benjamin Stappers (a1) and Gundolf Wieching (a2)...

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The challenges of detecting and localising Fast Radio Bursts in real time can be met with the use of Phased Array Feeds. One such system, capable of creating up to 36 simultaneous beams, is currently being commissioned at the Effelsberg radio telescope in Germany following testing at the 64 m Parkes radio telescope. The PAFINDER (Phased Array Feed FRB Finder) pipeline will be used with this receiver to enable real–time single–pulse detection and localisation.

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Caleb, M. et al. 2017, MNRAS, 468, 3746
Chatterjee, S. et al. 2017, Nature, 541, 58
Obrocka, M., Stappers, B., & Wilkinson, P., 2015, A&A, 579, A69
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PAFINDER – Searching for FRBs and pulsars using Phased Array Feeds

  • Mateusz Malenta (a1), Ewan Barr (a2), Aaron Chippendale (a3), Xinping Deng (a2) (a3), Daniel George (a3), Ramesh Karuppusamy (a2), Michael Keith (a1), Michael Kramer (a1) (a2), Laura Spitler (a2), Benjamin Stappers (a1) and Gundolf Wieching (a2)...

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