8 October 2004 High stability and sensitivity correlation polarimeters for CMB polarization measurements
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Abstract
The measure of the faint polarized signal of the Cosmic Microwave Background (few percent of the CMB Anisotropy) requires instruments with very low contamination from systematic effects, high stability and high sensitivity. The BaR-SPOrt experiment, in sharing with the SPOrt project on ISS, is based on analog correlation receivers with components custom designed to match all of these requirements. Here we present the architecture, the design analysis and the status of the realization of the 32 GHz receiver.
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Ettore Carretti, Ettore Carretti, Stefano Cortiglioni, Stefano Cortiglioni, Claudio Macculi, Claudio Macculi, Carla Sbarra, Carla Sbarra, Giulio Ventura, Giulio Ventura, Jader Monari, Jader Monari, Marco Poloni, Marco Poloni, Sergio Poppi, Sergio Poppi, Vincenzo Natale, Vincenzo Natale, Renzo Nesti, Renzo Nesti, Massimo Baralis, Massimo Baralis, Oscar A. Peverini, Oscar A. Peverini, Riccardo Tascone, Riccardo Tascone, Giuseppe Virone, Giuseppe Virone, Giorgio Sironi, Giorgio Sironi, Mario Zannoni, Mario Zannoni, } "High stability and sensitivity correlation polarimeters for CMB polarization measurements", Proc. SPIE 5498, Millimeter and Submillimeter Detectors for Astronomy II, (8 October 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.551408; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.551408
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