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operations:documentation.test_antenna [2016/04/21 08:33]
Arwin Kahlon Information regarding offsets less than 0.04
operations:documentation.test_antenna [2016/07/04 16:05] (current)
Jesse Swan
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 Where ''​Az''​ and ''​El''​ are the antenna Azimuth and Elevation that the fit was done, ''​Lon_offset''​ is the cross-El pointing offset in deg and ''​Lat_offs''​ is the Elevation pointing offset in deg. Where ''​Az''​ and ''​El''​ are the antenna Azimuth and Elevation that the fit was done, ''​Lon_offset''​ is the cross-El pointing offset in deg and ''​Lat_offs''​ is the Elevation pointing offset in deg.
  
-Total pointing offsets should generally be less than ~0.02 degrees. Offsets greater than 0.04 are considered to be critical and require immediate investigation. Pointing offsets less than this should be dealt with as soon as possible after the observation. //To fix offsets between ~0.02 and 0.04 run the fivept command again after setting the AZ and EL offsets to zero (see a few steps below)-(Edited by Arwin-can someone verify this is correct?).// +Total pointing offsets should generally be less than ~0.02 degrees. Offsets greater than 0.04 are considered to be critical and require immediate investigation. Pointing offsets less than this should be dealt with as soon as possible after the observation. //To fix offsets between ~0.02 and 0.04 run the fivept command again after setting the AZ and EL offsets to zero (see a few steps below).// ​
  
 A SEFD check can be made using the new pointing offsets with a <​code>​onoff</​code>​ A SEFD check can be made using the new pointing offsets with a <​code>​onoff</​code>​
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