|Abstract:||We implemented a new parabolic antenna for VLBI experiments in Kashima Space Communication Center, CRL. The receivers for 330M. 61OM. 1.5G, 2.20, 55, 8.36, 10G, 155, 226, and 43GHz (with a receiver for 49GHz also under preparation) enable us to carry out not only VLBI but also various other tasks. CRL is now making a system for observing milli-second pulsars such as PSR 1937+21, which are well-known for their extreme stability. We plan to obtain very precise timings of pulses by compensating the dispersion in frequency domain with high-speed and wideband sampling. We also plan to survey other highly stable pulsars using the VLBI backend. This report outlines the status quo of pulsar observation in CRL and VLBI of pulsars.|
Proceedings of the 21th Annual Precise Time and Time Interval Systems and Applications Meeting
November 28 - 30, 1989
Redondo Beach, California
|Pages:||289 - 294|
|Cite this article:||
Hama, Shin'ichi, Imae, Michito, Kiuchi, Hitoshi, Takaba, Hiroshi, Takahashi, Fujinobu, "Observation Plan of High-stable Pulsars in CRL," Proceedings of the 21th Annual Precise Time and Time Interval Systems and Applications Meeting, Redondo Beach, California, November 1989, pp. 289-294.
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