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Redundant-baseline calibration of the hydrogen epoch of reionization array.

Tytuł :
Redundant-baseline calibration of the hydrogen epoch of reionization array.
Autorzy :
Dillon, Joshua S
Lee, Max
Ali, Zaki S
Parsons, Aaron R
Orosz, Naomi
Nunhokee, Chuneeta Devi
La Plante, Paul
Beardsley, Adam P
Kern, Nicholas S
Abdurashidova, Zara
Aguirre, James E
Alexander, Paul
Balfour, Yanga
Bernardi, Gianni
Billings, Tashalee S
Bowman, Judd D
Bradley, Richard F
Bull, Phil
Burba, Jacob
Carey, Steve
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Temat :
CALIBRATION
HYDROGEN
REDUNDANCY in engineering
DEGREES of freedom
Źródło :
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society; Dec2020, Vol. 499 Issue 4, p5840-5861, 22p
Terminy geograficzne :
SOUTH Africa
Czasopismo naukowe
In 21-cm cosmology, precision calibration is key to the separation of the neutral hydrogen signal from very bright but spectrally smooth astrophysical foregrounds. The Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array (HERA), an interferometer specialized for 21-cm cosmology and now under construction in South Africa, was designed to be largely calibrated using the self-consistency of repeated measurements of the same interferometric modes. This technique, known as redundant-baseline calibration resolves most of the internal degrees of freedom in the calibration problem. It assumes, however, on antenna elements with identical primary beams placed precisely on a redundant grid. In this work, we review the detailed implementation of the algorithms enabling redundant-baseline calibration and report results with HERA data. We quantify the effects of real-world non-redundancy and how they compare to the idealized scenario in which redundant measurements differ only in their noise realizations. Finally, we study how non-redundancy can produce spurious temporal structure in our calibration solutions – both in data and in simulations – and present strategies for mitigating that structure. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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