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A Correlating Receiver System for a Compound Interferometer

  • R. H. Frater (a1) and N. A. Mackay (a1)


The compound interferometer at Fleurs, N.S.W., consists of the separate arms of the Christiansen grating interferometer with the addition of two 45-ft dishes to each to give maximum spacings of 3710λ at 1415 MHz. The closest physical spacing is 60 ft and the spacings progress at 40-ft intervals to a maximum of 2580 ft as shown in Figure 1.



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1 Christiansen, W. N., and Wellington, K. J., Nature, 209, 11731176 (1966)
2 Lequeux, J., Notes Inf. Publ. Obs. Paris, Fac. 9 Radioastronomie No. 1 (1962).


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