# Difference between revisions of "Summary LFI"

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− | The LFI performance are summarized in Table 1 below. All the details can be found in the LFI data processing paper | + | The LFI performance are summarized in Table 1 below. All the details can be found in the LFI data processing paper {{BibCite|planck2013-p02}} {{P2013|2}}. |

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<math>^{ \rm a \, }</math> FWHM and ellipticity from scanning beam evaluated fitting Jupiter directly in the timelines. <math>\hspace{480mm} </math> | <math>^{ \rm a \, }</math> FWHM and ellipticity from scanning beam evaluated fitting Jupiter directly in the timelines. <math>\hspace{480mm} </math> | ||

− | <math>^{ \rm b \, }</math> FWHM from effective beam estimated from the main beam solid angle of the effective beam. Those are the values used in the source extraction pipeline | + | <math>^{ \rm b \, }</math> FWHM from effective beam estimated from the main beam solid angle of the effective beam. Those are the values used in the source extraction pipeline {{BibCite|planck2013-p05}} {{P2013|28}}. |

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<math>^{ \rm c \, }</math> White noise per pixel computed from half-ring difference maps. Those values are within the 1% with the white noise sensitivity computed directly on the timelines, taking in account the actual mission time minus the manoeuvres and bad-science flagged data. | <math>^{ \rm c \, }</math> White noise per pixel computed from half-ring difference maps. Those values are within the 1% with the white noise sensitivity computed directly on the timelines, taking in account the actual mission time minus the manoeuvres and bad-science flagged data. | ||

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<math>^{ \rm b \, }</math> FWHM and ellipticity from scanning beam evaluated fitting Jupiter directly in the timelines. <math>\hspace{50mm} </math> | <math>^{ \rm b \, }</math> FWHM and ellipticity from scanning beam evaluated fitting Jupiter directly in the timelines. <math>\hspace{50mm} </math> | ||

<math>^{ \rm c \, }</math> FWHM and ellipticity from effective beam evaluated as mean from different position on the sky. <math>\hspace{42mm} </math> | <math>^{ \rm c \, }</math> FWHM and ellipticity from effective beam evaluated as mean from different position on the sky. <math>\hspace{42mm} </math> | ||

− | <math>^{ \rm d \, }</math> FWHM from effective beam evaluated as FWHM<math>_{eff} = \sqrt{\frac{Ω}{2π}} · 2 · \sqrt{2 \log 2}</math>, where Ω is the mean beam solid angle of the effective beam. Those are the values used in the source extraction pipeline | + | <math>^{ \rm d \, }</math> FWHM from effective beam evaluated as FWHM<math>_{eff} = \sqrt{\frac{Ω}{2π}} · 2 · \sqrt{2 \log 2}</math>, where Ω is the mean beam solid angle of the effective beam. Those are the values used in the source extraction pipeline {{BibCite|planck2013-p05}} {{P2013|28}} |

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## Revision as of 15:04, 23 July 2014

The LFI performance are summarized in Table 1 below. All the details can be found in the LFI data processing paper ^{[1]}Planck-2013-II .

**Table 1. Summary of the LFI performance parameters**

## References[edit]

- ↑
**Planck 2013 results: The Low Frequency Instrument data processing**, Planck Collaboration 2013 II, A&A, in press, (2014). - ↑
**Planck 2013 results: The Planck Catalogue of Compact Sources**, Planck Collaboration XXVIII, A&A, in press, (2014).

(Planck) Low Frequency Instrument

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