Toward a practical demonstration of physics-based beam calibration models - CBFPs and the LOFAR-LBA antenna array radio telescope
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Young, A. and Carozzi, T. and Maaskant, R. and Ivashina, M. and Davidson, D. 2014. Toward a practical demonstration of physics-based beam calibration models - CBFPs and the LOFAR-LBA antenna array radio telescope, pp. 462-465.
Proceedings - 2014 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications, ICEAA 2014
Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy (Engineering)
© 2014 IEEE. We consider the application of the Characteristic Basis Function Pattern (CBFP) method to calibrate for direction-dependent gain effects of the LOFAR Low Band Antenna (LBA) array. The use of array-based calibration models, as opposed to element-based calibration models, is proposed in order to reduce the number of solvable beam model parameters.
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