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RRI receivers on GBT
 
The Green Bank Telescope is operated by the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory. It is a 100-m fully steerable parabolic antenna that is the largest fully steerable antenna in the world. RRI has designed and built a dual-polarization wide-bandwidth feed covering 100-1500 MHz and a multi channel receiver that has been installed on the GBT.
Pulsars were observed with the RRI receiver on GBT with the science goal of making simultaneous high time and spectral resolution studies of pulsar emission at single-pulse level, opening possibility of tomography study of pulsar emission cone.Click here for more.
For further details, contact Prof. Avinash Deshpande.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
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