26 February 2003 Resonant detectors and interferometers can work together
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Abstract
Resonant gravitational wave detectors are described. Examples are given for signal improvement by combining signals from several independent detectors. The successful test run of Allegro in coincidence with LIGO Livingston during an engineering run (E7) is also described.
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William O. Hamilton, William O. Hamilton, Marc A. Burgamy, Marc A. Burgamy, Daniel M. Busby, Daniel M. Busby, Edward J. Daw, Edward J. Daw, J. Duran, J. Duran, Joseph A. Giaime, Joseph A. Giaime, Jonathan Hanson, Jonathan Hanson, Ik Siong Heng, Ik Siong Heng, Warren W. Johnson, Warren W. Johnson, Martin P. McHugh, Martin P. McHugh, Phillip Miller, Phillip Miller, Damon Nettles, Damon Nettles, J. T. Whelan, J. T. Whelan, } "Resonant detectors and interferometers can work together", Proc. SPIE 4856, Gravitational-Wave Detection, (26 February 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.459052; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.459052
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