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It is shown that multi-elements surface of the Russian biggest reflector may be considered as a 1000-element array with limited freedom of motions of each element. This limitation may be compensated by selection of the proper “virtual sub-array” of elements at any given direction of observations. This approach is especially effective for mm-waves where field of view of 600-meter reflector in usual mode is less than 1 arcsec. The present stage of realization of that project is shortly discussed, including requirements for multi-feed system near the focal plane of the radio telescope, wavelength limitations and error budget, and near field zone 3-dimensional synthesis mode of observation.
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