It got here just fine. I'm watching the ambient temperature manually at
this point so the data rather worthless. I'm trying the keep the dish
adjusted for direct sun crossing everyday. A feable attempt at setting up a
standard procedure for calibrating the system.
Anyone know if the calibration procedures for any of the big installations
are available for review? I know we're people-years away from the
complexity of NRAO but a road map always helps.
At 11:59 AM 8/29/98 EDT, RTyndall@juno.com writes:
>I am seeing a little change in the noise floor level each day as it gets
>If I were pointed closer to the sun, I might see higher readings at
>High noon.. (The flux was 117 the other day) But right now,
>I'm pointing about 21 degrees down from the Sun's path.
>It's not much of a blip on the Pwr vs RA chart..
>I hope this gets there, I'm trying out an old modem.. So far it's
> 73, Rich <>
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