Pulsar timing in extreme mass ratio binaries: a general relativistic approach

@article{Kimpson2019PulsarTI,
  title={Pulsar timing in extreme mass ratio binaries: a general relativistic approach},
  author={T. Kimpson and Kinwah Wu and S. Zane},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2019},
  volume={486},
  pages={360-377}
}
The detection of a pulsar (PSR) in a tight, relativistic orbit around a supermassive or intermediate mass black hole - such as those in the Galactic centre or in the centre of Globular clusters - would allow for precision tests of general relativity (GR) in the strong-field, non-linear regime. We present a framework for calculating the theoretical time-frequency signal from a PSR in such an Extreme Mass Ratio Binary (EMRB). This framework is entirely relativistic with no weak-field… Expand

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