In this case, only the cross-correlations are used. Don't forget to apply the SOLVE FLUX command only on a short time interval where the weather conditions: HO vapor contents and phase noise are quite similar.
- Select the RF bandpass done usually after a FOCUS and a POINTING - Select the adjacent Phase Calibrator(s)- it should follow a POINTING
CLIC\SET RF ON FREQ CLIC\SET PHASE RELATIVE CLIC\SET BAND DSB CLIC\SET SUB L01 TO L06 CLIC\SET SOURCE Phase_Calib RF_Calib CLIC\SET FLUX RF_Calib xx.x !see flux reports CLIC\SET PROC CORR CLIC\FIND /SCAN x y !After a pointing on RF_Calib CLIC\FIND APPEND /SCAN v w !After a pointing on Phase_Calib CLIC\SOLVE FLUX
When the flux density of the amplitude calibrator is known, update the CLIC calibration procedure (described in the ``Calibration Cookbook'') as follows:
CLIC\SET SOURCE Phase_Calib RF_CAlib CLIC\SET PROC POINT CORR CLIC\SET FLUX Phase_Calib xx.x CLIC\SET FLUX RF_Calib yy.y CLIC\FIND CLIC\STORE FLUX (On all cross-correlations)
Now you can proceed to the standard Amplitude Calibration using cross-correlations on the Amplitude Calibrator (see ``Calibration Cookbook'').