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Title: RT-10: A new element in the VLBI network
Authors: Dhawan, V.
Sarma, N.V.G.
Ganesh, R.
Matveenko, L.I.
Kogan, L.R.
Molodyanu, A.P.
Graham, D.A.
Keywords: radio astronomy
radio telescopes
very long base interferometry
millimeter waves
radio receivers
Issue Date: 1992
Publisher: Astrophysical Data Service
Citation: Soviet Astronomy Letters, 1992, Vol.18, p149
Abstract: A 10-m radio telescope of the Ranam Research Institute, Bangalore, India, has been equipped with a 22-GHz low-noise receiver, a coherent local oscillator, a hydrogen frequency standard, and an MK-2 terminal. The antenna's effective area is 50 sq m, and the system noise temperature is 60 K. VLBI observations of H2O maser sources were made in May 1990 at the Bangalore-EVN VLBI network. The angular sizes of the compact components and the coordinates of the radio telescope.
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ISSN: 0360-0327
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Copyright: 1992 American Institute of Physics
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