CCAT-Prime: Characterization of the First 280 GHz MKID Array for Prime-Cam

@article{Choi2022CCATPrimeCO,
  title={CCAT-Prime: Characterization of the First 280 GHz MKID Array for Prime-Cam},
  author={Steve K. Choi and Cody J. Duell and Jason Austermann and Nicholas F. Cothard and Jiansong Gao and Rodrigo G. Freundt and Christopher Groppi and Terry L. Herter and J. Hubmayr and Zachary B. Huber and Benjamin Keller and Yaqiong Li and Phillip Mauskopf and Michael D. Niemack and Thomas Nikola and Kayla M. Rossi and Adrian K. Sinclair and Gordon J. Stacey and Eve M. Vavagiakis and Michael R. Vissers and Carole Tucker and Eric L. Weeks and Jordan Wheeler},
  journal={Journal of Low Temperature Physics},
  year={2022}
}
The Prime-Cam receiver on the Fred Young Submillimeter Telescope for the CCAT-prime project aims to address important astrophysical and cosmological questions with sensitive broadband, polarimetric, and spectroscopic measurements. The primary frequency bands in development include 280, 350, and 850 GHz for the polarization-sensitive broadband channels and 210–420 GHz for the spectrometers. Microwave kinetic inductance detectors (MKIDs) are a natural choice of detector technology for the… 

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TLDR
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