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LBA Schedule and Observing Roster for Hobart, August 2013

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Session Notes:

  • Hobart observers must operate Ceduna (with disk change/setup change assistance from Bev), Katherine and Yarragadee
  • Please remember to stick a post-it note with the experiment name on the disks when you remove them!
  • Don’t forget to update the ATNF wiki for each experiment. Bare minimum is frequencies, DAS profile and disks. Add any other relevant information. (See past entries for reference.)

Observing & Monitoring Checklists:

Observing setup checklist for Hobart and Ceduna can be found here.

Note that there are no longer any separate fringechecks except for Simon’s frequency swapping experiment). The fringecheck has been incorporated into the main schedule with the first 30–60 minutes tracking a strong fringe-finder.

Observing Roster for Hobart:

Shift time (local AEST)Experiment(s)BandNotesDifficultyObserver
Wed 14 Aug 15:00 - Thu 15 Aug 09:00v492a, vc213, v255t6.4, 6.7 GHzSimon’s experimentsMedium/hardSimon
Thu 15 Aug 09:00 - Thu 15 Aug 16:00v255t6.7 GHzSimon’s experimentEasyBrett
Thu 15 Aug 16:00 - Fri 16 Aug 10:00v255t, vt10q, v486b6.7, 8.4 GHz Medium/hardJamie M
Fri 16 Aug 10:00 - Fri 16 Aug 16:00v486b8.4 GHz EasyBrett
Fri 16 Aug 16:00 - Sat 17 Aug 09:00v486b, v186c8.4 GHz MediumAnita
Sat 17 Aug 09:00 - Sat 17 Aug 21:00v186c, v253c8.4 GHzincludes Ke, YgMediumCourtney
Sat 17 Aug 21:00 - Sun 18 Aug 09:00v253c, v252al8.4 GHzincludes Ke, YgEasy/mediumWarren
Sun 18 Aug 09:00 - Sun 18 Aug 21:00v252al8.4 GHzincludes Ke, YgEasyYurii
Sun 18 Aug 21:00 - Mon 19 Aug 08:00v252al8.4 GHzincludes Ke, YgEasyDave

Setup Notes:

Hobart

ExperimentConfigurationAgilentLO (SML01/SML02)Tone (SMY01)DAS ProfileDisks/Data quantityStart time (AEST)Notes
v492a6.4GHz-2p-2IF/1612.2602 MHz643.9 MHzVSOP.PRODisk AWed 1200RCP/LCP
vc213, v255t6.7GHz-2p-2IF/1612.2 GHz810/810 and 468/810 MHz664.7 and 630.5 MHzVSOP.PRODisk BThu 0530RCP/LCP and frequency switching. Check ATNF wiki for timing details and make sure changes occur on schedule.
vt10q 14 GHz?????? MHzVSOP.PRO? Friday 0400TBA
v486blba3cm-2p-2IF-64MHz.set14 GHz777 MHz841.4 MHz64MHZ_N.PROATNF V016B & UTAS V001Friday 0800RCP/LCP, requires BG3 cable
v186clba3cm-2p-2IF-64MHz.set14 GHz777 MHz841.4 MHz64MHZ_N.PROCURT V003BSaturday 0100RCP/LCP, requires BG3 cable. During this experiment, please swap out the disks in the A Xraid
253clba3cm-2p-2IF-64MHz.set14 GHz777841.464MHZ_N.proCURT V001BSaturday 1300RCP/LCP, requires BG3 cable
v252allba3cm-1p-4IF.set14777/809841.4/844.6VSOP.PROHOB HO & /data/removable/Sunday 0100RCP only and remove BG3! and note this experiment is 30 hours long and will need to be on two disk sets.

Ceduna

ExperimentConfigurationAgilentLO (SML01/SML02)Tone (SMY01)DAS ProfileDisks/Data quantityStart time (AEST)Notes
v492a6.4GHz-2p-2IF/1611.1602 MHz643.9 MHzVSOP.PRODisk AWed 1200RCP/LCP
vc213, v255t6.7GHz-2p-2IF/1611.1 GHz810/810 and 468/810 MHz664.7 and 630.5 MHzVSOP.PRODisk BThu 0530RCP/LCP and frequency switching. Check ATNF wiki for timing details and make sure changes occur on schedule.
v486blba3cm-2p-2IF-64MHz.set13.04 GHz637 MHz841.4 MHz64MHZ_N.PROCurt V006B & ATNF V015BFriday 0800RCP/LCP, requires BG3 cable
v186clba3cm-2p-2IF-64MHz.set13.04 GHz637 MHz841.4 MHz64MHZ_N.PROCURT V005BSaturday 0100RCP/LCP, requires BG3 cable. Bev will be out at the observatory on Saturday day and will need the B Xraid unmounted and shut down
253clba3cm-2p-2IF-64MHz.set13.04 GHz637841.464MHZ_N.proATNF V007ASaturday 1300RCP/LCP, requires BG3 cable. Bev will be out at the observatory on Saturday day and will need the B Xraid unmounted and shut down
v252allba3cm-1p-4IF.set13.04653841.464MHZ_N.PROTBASunday 0100RCP only (XOXX on the Folly switches) and only record Channel 2 (under the cDisko recording settings)

Katherine & Yarragadee

v486b, v253c and v255al. Use setup01 to confifyre the DBBC/Mark5B and continue to use the same 16 TB module (unless there are problems).

Use pmSTALMke.newsmerd.sh and pmSTALMyg.newsmerd.sh for alarm monitoring.

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