Long Wavelength Array

LWA,Long Wavelength Array

Long Wavelength Array - LWA
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    • The Long Wavelength Array (LWA) is a new aperture synthesis radio telescope, now in the design phase, that will operate at frequencies from about 20 MHz to about 80 MHz (1). It will comprised of many "stations" distributed over the state of New Mexico. Each station will be an array of hundreds of dipole-type antennas distributed over a roughly circular area having a diameter of about 100 m, which is a lower bound determined by scientific requirements for the width of the station beam...

    Steven W. Ellingson. Effective aperture of a large pseudorandom low-frequency dipole array

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