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Verifying the low frequency pulsar polarimetry of the MWA

  • Steven E. Tremblay (a1) (a2), Mengyao Xue (a1) (a2), N. D. Ramesh Bhat (a1) (a2) and Caterina Tiburzi (a3) (a4)

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Studying the polarised properties of pulsars has a rich history giving unique geometric information about pulsars as well as testing the theories of pulsar emission physics. Performing such studies with the MWA has the attraction that the percentage of linear polarisation of many pulsars increases as the observing frequency decreases. Here we discuss the strategies being employed to verify the polarimetric response of the MWA’s high time resolution data.

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Verifying the low frequency pulsar polarimetry of the MWA

  • Steven E. Tremblay (a1) (a2), Mengyao Xue (a1) (a2), N. D. Ramesh Bhat (a1) (a2) and Caterina Tiburzi (a3) (a4)

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