Pulsars in Radio Wave

London Journal of Research in Science: Natural and Formal
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by Zhongyuan Zhang , NA
Classification: NA
Keywords: NA
Language: English

This paper will utilize a methodological approach to determine the precise period of a pulsar and calculate the distance of the pulsar. Because the period of a pulsar changes depending on the time of year the observation is collected, a precise period needs to be calculated from the raw period. The distance of a pulsar can be calculated based on the signal’s time delay due to the interstellar medium. Because the noise in the data is extremely strong compared to the signal, it is necessary to collect data using different channels; the signal from the pulsar can be determined by adding the signal in each every channel and calculating the average signal value.

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