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Title:
The Culgoora Radiospectrograph
Authors:
Sheridan, K. V.
Publication:
Proceedings of the Astronomical Society of Australia, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp. 58-59
Publication Date:
11/1967
Origin:
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DOI:
10.1017/S1323358000010547
Bibliographic Code:
1967PASAu...1...58S

Abstract

From 1951 to December 1964 the Radiophysics Division of CSIRO regularly operated a solar radiospectrograph at Dapto, N.S.W. This instrument finally spanned the frequency range from 5-2000 MHz with 8 separate receivers, 6 of which used mechanical tuning. Simple rhombic aerials were used on all bands except the 200-2000 MHz band which used a parabolic reflector. The quiet sun could be detected on the latter band only. During 1965 a section of this spectrograph covering the frequency bands from 10-210 MHz was moved to the CSIRO Solar Observatory, Culgoora, N.S.W., and operated as an interim measure to maintain continuity of observations during the installation of the 80 MHz radioheliograph.

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