The DRAO Phased Array Feed Demonstrator: Recent results

@article{Veidt2009TheDP,
  title={The DRAO Phased Array Feed Demonstrator: Recent results},
  author={Bruce Veidt and Tom Burgess and Rob Messing and G. Hovey and Rick J. Smegal},
  journal={2009 13th International Symposium on Antenna Technology and Applied Electromagnetics and the Canadian Radio Science Meeting},
  year={2009},
  pages={1-4}
}
Future radio telescopes will be used by astronomers to make high-sensitivity wide-band and wide-field surveys of the radio sky. A candidate technology to provide these expanded capabilities is to place high-sensitivity phased-arrays at the focal plane of reflector antennas. Since this technology has not been proven yet, we have constructed the PHased-Array feed Demonstrator (PHAD) with the goal of exploring engineering aspects of this new technology. PHAD comprises 180 densely-packed Vivaldi… CONTINUE READING
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