This Page contains information about the 1993, 1994, and 1995 Saskatoon
campaigns to measure the anisotropy in the CMB. In the winter of 1995, a
single Q-band radiometer with a beamwidth of about 0.5 was used. Using a new
beam synthesis method, we synthesized multiple window functions and probed the
power spectrum from l=60 to about l=400.
If you cannot access what you want hrough the Web then try the anonymous FTP
site at PUPGG.PRINCETON.EDU. (also please let me know). One must then look in
the directory [anonymous.cmb.sk95]. A file there called 00README.TXT tells
about the contents of the directory.
Note: Only minimal documentation exists at this time. This situation
will be improved when the papers are accepted and when we return
from our next observing campaign.
Please contact L. Page for details.
- Mark Devlin (Princeton)
- Barth Netterfield (Princeton)
- Norm Jarosik (Princeton)
- Lyman Page (Princeton)
- Ed Wollack (Now at NRAO)
References and more information
Updated on Feb 15, 1996. L. Page
Updated on July 10, 1997. L. Page