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High resolution mapping with the FST

  • J . D. Bunton (a1), I. G. Jones (a1) and D. R. Brown (a1)

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Recent modifications to the Fleurs digital receiver enable the additional correlations between the six 13.7 m dishes to be measured. Previously, only those correlations formed between the four east-west 13.7 m dishes and the thirty-two 5.7 m dishes were measured. This enables the production of three type of maps; each with full 20 arc second resolution but with properties which suit differing astronomical applications.

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High resolution mapping with the FST

  • J . D. Bunton (a1), I. G. Jones (a1) and D. R. Brown (a1)

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