Synthetic aperture radio telescopes

@article{Levanda2010SyntheticAR,
  title={Synthetic aperture radio telescopes},
  author={R. Levanda and A. Leshem},
  journal={IEEE Signal Processing Magazine},
  year={2010},
  volume={27}
}
Next-generation radio telescopes will be much larger, more sensitive, have a much larger observation bandwidth, and will be capable of pointing multiple beams simultaneously. Obtaining the sensitivity, resolution, and dynamic range supported by the receivers requires the development of new signal processing techniques for array and atmospheric calibration as well as new imaging techniques that are both more accurate and computationally efficient since data volumes will be much larger. This… Expand
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