archiv~1.txt: Re: SETI [ASTRO] Looking for formula

Re: SETI [ASTRO] Looking for formula

Henry Wallace ( (no email) )
Thu, 18 Mar 1999 12:12:34 -0600

According to "Reference Data for Radio
Engineers", Howard W. Sams & Co., 6th
Edition ( 1966 ):

Kraus has a complex formula, consisting
of the ratio of two double integrals, in his
book "Radio Astronomy", ( McGraw Hill, 1966 ).

There is a simplified approximation in "Reference
Data", This simplified version was first published
by Taylor and Stocklin,
"VHF/UHF Stellar Calibration Error Analysis",
Proceedings International Telemetering Conference,
Washington, D.C., vol. VII pp.553-566, Sept. 27-29,
1971.

Henry Wallace
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> From: Larry Klaes <lklaes@bbn.com>
> To: seti@sni.net
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> Subject: SETI [ASTRO] Looking for formula
> Date: Thursday, March 18, 1999 11:42 AM
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> >I'm looking for the formula which quantifies the galactic noise vs.
> >frequency. I realize it varies depending on galactic latitude but can
use
> >either an aribtrary latitude or average value. Presumably this formula
> >would be a function of frequency vs. Kelvin.
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