The Swinburne intermediate-latitude pulsar survey

@article{Edwards2001TheSI,
  title={The Swinburne intermediate-latitude pulsar survey},
  author={Russell T. Edwards and Matthew Bailes and Willem van Straten and Matthew Christopher Britton},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2001},
  volume={326},
  pages={358-374}
}
We have conducted a survey of intermediate Galactic latitudes using the 13-beam 21-cm multibeam receiver of the Parkes 64-m radio telescope. The survey covered the region enclosed by 5°<|b|<15° and −100°<l<50° with 4702 processed pointings of 265 s each, for a total of 14.5 d of integration time. 13 2×96-channel filterbanks provided 288 MHz of bandwidth at a centre frequency of 1374 MHz, one-bit sampled every 125 μs and incurring ∼DM/13.4 cm−3 pc samples of dispersion smearing. The system was… 
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