Information on Service 'Pulsar pulse phase image datalink service'

The pulsar timing data were obtained with the Nanshan 25M radio telescope. Our observations, which commenced in January 2000, have been made using a dual-channel room-temperature receiver with a bandwidth of 320 MHz centered at 1540 MHz before June 2002. The de-dispersion was provided by a 2X128X2.5 MHz analog filter-bank. The format of the AFB data is "Timer". A cryogenic receiver was mounted in July 2002, which increases the sensitivity to 0.5 mJy. In January 2010, a digital filter-bank (DFB) system came into operation. The higher time resolution allows us to monitor about 280 pulsars, including ten millisecond-pulsars (MSP). The format of the DFB data is "Psrfit". The "psrchive" program could reads and analyzes the data.The data could only be used with the permission of Dr. Na Wang (na.wang@xao.ac.cn), please send her an email for your request.

For a list of all services and tables belonging to this service's resource, see Information on resource 'XAO Pulsar Data Query'

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Input Fields

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NameTable Head DescriptionUnitUCD
ID Id The pubisher DID of the dataset of interest N/A meta.id;meta.main
MAXREC Match limit Maximum number of records returned. Pass 0 to retrieve service parameters. N/A N/A
RESPONSEFORMAT Output Format File format requested for output. N/A meta.code.mime
VERB Verbosity Exhaustiveness of column selection. VERB=1 only returns the most important columns, VERB=2 selects the columns deemed useful to the average user, VERB=3 returns a table with all available columns. N/A N/A

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