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First 512 Mbps e-EVN image

On 2 February 2007, the European VLBI Network (EVN) carried out the first successful five European station e-VLBI (electronic very long baseline interferometry) run at 512 Mbps data rate, using Cambridge, Jodrell Bank (MkII), Medicina, Onsala, and Westerbork (single dish) telescopes. The observation ran for about one hour without notable problems. Torun was also part of the array, but its data rate was limited to about 480 Mbps.

Additional information is available from the EXPReS Press Release


expres/first_512_mbps_map.txt · Last modified: 2007/05/11 14:15 (external edit)