ApJ The characteristics of millisecond pulsar emission : III . From low to high frequencies

@inproceedings{Kramer1999ApJTC,
  title={ApJ The characteristics of millisecond pulsar emission : III . From low to high frequencies},
  author={Michael Kramer and Christoph Lange and Duncan R. Lorimer and D. Backer and Kiriaki M. Xilouris and Axel Jessner and Richard Wielebinski},
  year={1999}
}
In this paper we present the first observations of a large sample of millisecond pulsars at frequencies of 2.7 GHz (λ11cm) and 4.9 GHz (λ6cm). For almost all sources, these represent the first λ11cm observations ever. The new measurements more than double the number of millisecond pulsars studied at λ6cm. Our new flux measurements extend the known spectra for millisecond pulsars to the highest frequencies to date. The coverage of more than a decade of radio spectrum allows us for the first time… CONTINUE READING
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