Proc. IAU volume 13, issue S337, P388-389 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317008638 View full text
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E. Parent, V. M. Kaspi, S. M. Ransom, C. Patel, M. Krasteva

Abstract: AbstractThe PALFA survey, the most sensitive blind search for radio pulsars, has now discovered 180 pulsars in the Galactic Plane, the vast of which have periods shorter than 2 seconds. One reason that pulsar surveys may miss long-period radio pulsars is the strong effect of red noise at low modulation frequencies. It is possible to address this reduction in sensitivity by using a Fast-Folding Algorithm (FFA). We have adapted this algorithm for radio pulsar searching and applied it to PALFA observations. A sen…

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