First Results from the REALtime Transient Acquisition (REALTA) backend at the Irish LOFAR station

@article{Murphy2021FirstRF,
  title={First Results from the REALtime Transient Acquisition (REALTA) backend at the Irish LOFAR station},
  author={Pearse C. Murphy and Paul J. Callanan and Joseph McCauley and Declan J McKenna and D'ualta 'O Fionnag'ain and C. K. Louis and Matt Redman and Luis Alberto Canizares and Eoin P. Carley and Shane A. Maloney and B. Coghlan and M. G. Daly and Jeremiah Scully and J. Dooley and Vishal Gajjar and Christoph Giese and Aline Brennan and Evan F. Keane and Ciara A. Maguire and Joseph F. Quinn and Sean Mooney and Aoife Maria Ryan and J. Walsh and Caitr{\'i}ona M. Jackman and Aaron Golden and T. P. Ray and J. Gerry Doyle and J. P. Rigney and M. Burton and Peter T. Gallagher},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Modern radio interferometers such as the LOw Frequency ARray (LOFAR) are capable of producing data at hundreds of gigabits to terabits per second. This high data rate makes the analysis of radio data cumbersome and computationally expensive. While high performance computing facilities exist for large national and international facilities, that may not be the case for instruments operated by a single institution or a small consortium. Data rates for next generation radio telescopes are set to… Expand

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