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CURRENT STATUS OF THE EAVN EXPERIMENTS
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 Title & Authors
CURRENT STATUS OF THE EAVN EXPERIMENTS
HAGIWARA, YOSHIAKI; AN, TAO; JUNG, TAEHYUN; RHO, DUK-GYOO; ZHANG, MING; HAO, LONGFEI; FUJISAWA, KENTA; YONEKURA, YOSHINORI; BAAN, WILLEM; KIM, JONGSOO; KOBAYASHI, HIDEYUKI;
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 Abstract
VLBI experiments have been conducted by radio telescopes in the East Asia VLBI Network (EAVN) in which 14 telescopes in China, Japan, and Korea participated. One of the aims of the EAVN is to obtain higher angular resolution that is provided by the 6,000 km baseline between China and Japan and better sensitivity by adding large telescopes. Data were recorded at 1 a Gbps recording rate at all stations and processed on the Korea-Japan Joint VLBI Correlator (KJJVC) at the Korea-Japan Correlation Center (KJCC) after experiments. Fringes were obtained from these experiments conducted at 8 GHz and 22 GHz and post-correlation data analysis of the experiments is undergoing. The outcomes of these experiments open the possibility of conducting EAVN observations with global VLBI networks. In this presentation, the recent status of these experiments and future prospects are presented.
 Keywords
VLBI;Radio astronomy;
 Language
English
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