volume 13, issue S337, P396-397 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317009115
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Abstract: AbstractHere we present a study of the radio frequency eclipses of the black widow pulsar J1810+1744 at low frequencies, where we are most sensitive to small deviations in the effects of material along the line of sight. Utilising the simultaneous dual beamforming and interferometric (imaging) mode of LOFAR High Band Antenna, pulsar flux variations throughout the orbit are compared for the two observing techniques to test for the presence of scattering and absorption at eclipse orbital phases. Dispersion measu…

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