The Einstein polarization interferometer for cosmology ( EPIC ) and the millimeter-wave bolometric interferometer ( MBI )

@inproceedings{Timbie2006TheEP,
  title={The Einstein polarization interferometer for cosmology ( EPIC ) and the millimeter-wave bolometric interferometer ( MBI )},
  author={Peter T. Timbie and Gregory S. Tucker and Shoaib Ali and Evan M. Bierman and Emory F. Bunn and Carolina Calder{\'o}n and Amanda C. Gault and Peter O. Hyland and Brian G. Keating and J. J. Kim and Alexey N. Korotkov and Siddharth Malu and Philip Mauskopf and John A. Murphy and C. M. M. O’Sullivan and Lucio Piccirillo and Benjamin D. Wandelt},
  year={2006}
}
We provide an overview of a mission concept study underway for the Einstein Inflation Probe (EIP). Our study investigates the advantages and tradeoffs of using an interferometer (EPIC) for the mission. We also report on the status of the millimeter-wave bolometric interferometer (MBI), a ground-based pathfinder optimized for degree-scale CMB polarization measurements at 90 GHz. 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. PACS: 95.75.Kk; 95.75.Hi; 95.85.Bh; 95.85.Fm; 98.80.Es; 98.80. k; 98.70.Vc 
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