Digital implementation of a robust radio astronomical spectral analyser: Towards IIIZW35 reconquest

@article{Weber2004DigitalIO,
  title={Digital implementation of a robust radio astronomical spectral analyser: Towards IIIZW35 reconquest},
  author={Rodolphe Weber and Lionel Amiaud and Andr{\'e}e Coffre and Laurent Denis and Alain Lecacheux and Carlo Rosolen and C{\'e}dric Viou and Philippe Zarka},
  journal={2004 12th European Signal Processing Conference},
  year={2004},
  pages={773-776}
}
In radio astronomy, the radio spectrum is used to detect weak emission from celestial sources. By spectral averaging, noise estimation is reduced and weak sources can be detected. However, more and more observations are polluted by man-made radio frequency interferences (RFI). The impact of these RFI on spectral measurement ranges from total saturation to tiny distortions of the data. To some extent, the final spectral estimation can be preserved by blanking infected channels in real time. With… CONTINUE READING
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