DSA-10: a prototype array for localizing fast radio bursts

  title={DSA-10: a prototype array for localizing fast radio bursts},
  author={J. Kocz and V. Ravi and M. Catha and L. D'Addario and G. Hallinan and R. Hobbs and S. Kulkarni and J. Shi and H. Vedantham and S. Weinreb and D. Woody},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
The Deep Synoptic Array 10-dish prototype (DSA-10) is an instrument designed to detect and localize fast radio bursts with arcsecond accuracy in real time. Deployed at Owens Valley Radio Observatory, it consists of ten 4.5-m diameter dishes, equipped with a 250-MHz bandwidth dual polarization receiver, centred at 1.4 GHz. The 20 input signals are digitized and field programmable gate arrays are used to transform the data to the frequency domain and transmit it over ethernet. A series of… Expand
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