This is 6MHz, centered at 611MHz (a notionally-TV channel that is
allocated in North America and Caribbean to Radio Astronomy).
I used a PFB channelizer with individual detectors, and then delay
adjustment after the detectors and then simply added, low-pass filtered,
then resampled to a precise multiple of the current topcentric pulse
On 2016-12-01 14:28, Matt Ettus wrote:
> That's awesome work! Thanks for sharing it. How much bandwidth are you
> observing and did you also use de-dispersion?
> On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 10:45 AM, Marcus D. Leech <mle...@ripnet.com> wrote:
>> One of the many goals we set for ourselves at the Canadian Centre for
>> Experimental Radio Astronomy was to successfully observe
>> pulsar B0329+54 before spring. This pulsar is the only one bright enough
>> for a small observatory in the northern hemisphere to
>> See our update:
>> http://www.ccera.ca/uncategorized/success-in-observing-pulsar-b032954/ 
>> The software is available via github:
>> https://github.com/ccera-astro/pulsar_pfb  _display
>> No custom blocks required--just a modern Gnu Radio install, and ideally,
>> Doing this with Gnu Radio was so very easy...
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