... contact1
A local contact is assigned to each A and B-rated project which does not have in-house collaborator. He/She assists you in the preparation of observing procedures and in the data reduction.
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...pipeline2
Pipeline normally refers to the automatic calibration taking place at Bure, which is afterwards verified, sometimes also improved, by the astronomer on duty.
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... (AoD)3
Astronomer on Duty taking care of the NOEMA observations and of the first data calibration
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... manual4
available on-line at http://www.iram.fr/ IRAMFR/GILDAS/
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...subscan5
A subscan (which is a scan partition) is the shortest acquisition for which spectral information is stored. Frequency-averaged acquisitions are stored for each second, and are known as records
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... antennas6
Each NOEMA antenna has a reference number that identifies it, from 1 to 6 corresponding to the order in which they were built. When we refer to the antennas by using this reference number, we call them physical antennas.
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... antennas7
CLIC uses a numbering for the antennas proper to each observation, going from 1 to the number of used antennas. We refer to logical antennas when we use their reference number in CLIC. Note that the logical antennas differ from the physical ones if the array has less than 6 antennas and the missing antennas are not the last ones.
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... input8
There are two correlators at the observatory: 1) The Narrow-band correlator accepts two 1 GHz input signals, from the 4 GHz band obtained per polarization. Narrow inputs refer to the two 1GHz-bandwidth signals entering into the narrow-band correlator, which correspond to quarters of the receiver bands. The astronomer decides on the configuration of the eight spectral units of the narrow-band correlator within the two selected Narrow inputs. 2) The Widex correlator is composed of four units, each one accepting 2 GHz bandwidth. Units 1 and 3 and units 2 and 4 are placed consecutively to cover a bandwidth of 3.8 GHz respectively in the IF of H and V polarization receivers. Widex inputs correspond hence to the four Widex units)
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... name9
Generic name refers to the table name without extension, and, for mosaics, without the offset specification (see Sect. [*]).
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