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Phased Array Observing

Current->Revised OSS Guidelines

  • An Overview of the EVLA

Another mode of observing (commonly called phased array) will allow operation of the array as a single element through coherent summation of the individual antenna signals. This mode will most commonly be used for VLBI observing and for observations of rapidly varying objects, such as pulsars. However, it has not yet been commissioned.

  • VLBI Observing

VLBI observations with the EVLA, such as phased array and single-antenna (e.g., Y1) modes, have not yet been commissioned and are not yet available to the OSRO program.

Detailed Guidelines

Observing Preparation Recommendations


Calibration Strategy

Post-processing Guidelines

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