Proc. IAU volume 13, issue S337, P400-401 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317010353 View full text
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Isabella Rammala, Aris Karastergiou, Griffin Foster

Abstract: AbstractThe aim of our project is to search for ways to best extract information on pulsar profiles and the interstellar medium (ISM), using the wide frequency bands that are typical of radio telescopes today. Pulsar profiles typically show a strong dependence on frequency. This depends both on the intrinsic radio emission mechanism, and the interaction of the radio waves with the ISM that lies between the pulsars and our detectors on Earth, due mostly to the effects of dispersion and scattering. In this work,…

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