Session: May 2002 (session 2)
Wavelength: 6.0 cm
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Shanghai (Xinyong Huang at Tue May 28 13:28:32 CEST 2002) Success
\(Other\) (Cremonini at Tue May 28 17:40:16 CEST 2002) Success
Torun (K.Borkowski at Wed May 29 06:28:14 CEST 2002) Success
Intermittent high levels in BBC6.
Effelsberg (A. Kraus at Wed May 29 08:46:47 CEST 2002) Minor failures
Between UT0635-0700 the antenna had a pointing error of about 60".
Due to problems with the receiver frontend, we lost data between
UT1330-1401 and UT1417-1455.
Westerbork (Tony Foley at Wed May 29 10:38:58 CEST 2002) Minor failures
2 furthest telescopes switched out of array as requested (so
12 telescopes used).
Some interference at 6cm!
Phase stability sometimes poor.
Noto (P. Leto at Wed May 29 13:32:11 CEST 2002) Minor failures
Some scan lost for FS problems
Jodrell_Bank (Alastair Gunn at Wed May 29 14:11:09 CEST 2002) Minor failures
FS crash at 13:43 UT, restarted schedule at 14:23 scan. No
gps-fmout results, command in midob procedure was wrong.
No phase CAL present. No other known problems.
Cambridge (Alastair Gunn at Wed May 29 14:12:03 CEST 2002) Minor failures
FS had serious crash at about 09:25 UT. Schedule was restarted at
10:07 UT scan. No other known problems.
Hartebeesthoek (Jonathan Quick at Wed May 29 15:59:17 CEST 2002) Minor failures
No problems during experiment.
Parity checks revealed that pass 14 on tape 1 partially overwrote pass 1 ( head calibration has been adjusted.) Track 32 also appears to have high parity errors, but this may be a local read head problem.
Urumqi ( at Thu May 30 11:49:13 CEST 2002) Minor failures
Tsys is high.
Onsala (John Conway at Mon Jun 3 14:26:29 CEST 2002) Minor failures
No known problems