Long-term timing observations of 374 pulsars

@article{Hobbs2004LongtermTO,
  title={Long-term timing observations of 374 pulsars},
  author={George Hobbs and Andrew G. Lyne and Michael Kramer and C. E. Martin and Christine A. Jordan},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2004},
  volume={353},
  pages={1311-1344}
}
We present pulsar timing solutions for 374 pulsars. Each ephemeris was obtained by analysing archival data stored at Jodrell Bank Observatory. This data archive contains over 5600 yr of pulsar rotational history with individual data-spans of up to 34 yr. A new method has been developed to mitigate the effects of timing noise by whitening the pulsar timing residuals. This whitening is applied before standard fitting procedures are followed to measure the astrometric and dispersion measure (DM… Expand
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