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The anomalous X-ray pulsar 1E 1048.1-5937: Phase resolved spectroscopy with the XMM-Newton satellite
We report on an observation of the anomalous X–ray pulsar 1E 1048.1–5937 performed with the XMM-Newton satellite. The phase averaged spectrum of 1E 1048.1–5937 is well described by the sum of a powerExpand
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XMM-Newton observation of the anomalous X-ray pulsar 4U 0142+61
We present results of an observation of the anomalous X-ray pulsar 4U 0142+61 with the EPIC cameras on XMM-Newton performed on 2003 January 24. The pulse phase averaged spectrum can be best describedExpand
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The temporal spectrum of the sdB pulsating star HS 2201+2610 at 2 ms resolution
In this article we present the results of more than 180 hours of time-series photometry on the low gravity (log g = 5.4, T e f f = 29 300 K, log He/H = -3.0 by number) sdB pulsating star HSExpand
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2MASS J0516288+260738: Discovery of the first eclipsing late K + Brown dwarf binary system?
We report the discovery of a new eclipsing system less than one arcminute south of the pulsating DB white dwarf KUV 05134+2605. The object could be identified with the point source 2MASSExpand
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System Design of a Configurable Highly Digital UMTS/NAVSAT RF-Receiver
This paper introduces a combined UMTS/NAVSAT receiver architecture with one common reconfigurable radio frequency (RF) front-end. Expand
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Determination of communication satellite orbit over navigation systems
A Ku-band navigation system for satellite orbital parameter determination is examined. Expand
Turksat regional positioning system development
In this paper, a regional positioning system using three geosynchronous Turksat satellites is explained. A time code signal is transmitted via three satellites to the user at the Earth, while theExpand
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The IBIS data handling system
The Imager on Board of INTEGRAL (IBIS) has to cope with very high data rates (>15.000 events/sec) from two detector layers (ISGRI and PICsIT). Expand