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Antenna design and distribution of the LOFAR super station

Abstract : The Nançay radio astronomy observatory and associated laboratories are developing the concept of a "Super Station" for extending the LOFAR station now installed and operational in Nançay. The LOFAR Super Station (LSS) will increase the number of high sensitivity long baselines, provide short baselines, act as an alternate core, and be a large standalone instrument. It will operate in the low frequency band of LOFAR (15-80 MHz) and extend this range to lower frequencies. Three key developments for the LSS are described here: (i) the design of a specific antenna, and the distribution of such antennas; (ii) at small-scale (analog-phased mini-array); and (iii) at large-scale (the whole LSS).
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J.N. Girard, P. Zarka, Michel Tagger, Laurent Denis, Didier Charrier, et al.. Antenna design and distribution of the LOFAR super station. Comptes Rendus. Physique, Académie des sciences (Paris), 2012, 13, pp.33-37. ⟨10.1016/j.crhy.2011.11.004⟩. ⟨in2p3-00694527⟩

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