The BaR-SPOrt experiment is designed to measure the E-mode
power spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization (CMBP)
in the multipole range 50 < l < 1000.
In the current configuration at 32 GHz
it can explore up to l = 400.
Recent low frequency observations of the target region show that
the synchrotron emission should not contamine the CMBP already at 32 GHz.
A 6-month observation of a 6° × 6° sky area
during the polar night, in ideal
environmental conditions, will allow the Italian-French collaboration
to both measure the E–mode power spectrum with appropriate sensitivity
and perform important tests of the anomalous dust emission.
The BaR-SPOrt 32 GHz instrument, now under test and ready
for operations by Spring 2005, is proposed
for 1–2 years Winter operations at Dome C.