Analysis of single pulse radio flux measurements of PSR B1133+16 at 4.85 and 8.35 GHz

@article{Krzeszowski2014AnalysisOS,
  title={Analysis of single pulse radio flux measurements of PSR B1133+16 at 4.85 and 8.35 GHz},
  author={Krzysztof Krzeszowski and Olaf Maron and Aga Słowikowska and Jarosław Dyks and Axel Jessner},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={440},
  pages={457-464}
}
We show the results of microsecond resolution radio data analysis focused on flux measurements of single pulses of PSR B1133+16. The data were recorded at 4.85 GHz and 8.35 GHz with 0.5 GHz and 1.1 GHz bandwidth, respectively, using Radio Telescope Effelsberg (MPIfR). The most important conclusion of the analysis is, that the strongest single pulse emission at 4.85 GHz and 8.35 GHz contributes almost exclusively to the trailing part of the leading component of the pulsar mean profile, whereas… 

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