Work With PULSE@Parkes data sets
The PULSE@Parkes observations are carried out using up-to-date instrumentation in a manner suitable for professional analysis of the data. All observations are available without any embargo period under the P595 observing code from the CSIRO Data Access Portal. The observations are typically 5 to 15 minutes in length with a switched noise source observed prior to each observation. We currently observe using the ultra-wide-bandwidth receiver that operates from 704 to 4032 MHz (details are provided in Hobbs et al. 2020).
PULSE@Parkes observations have, to date, been used to study pulsar intermittency (Kerr et al. 2014 for PSR J1717-4054 and Wang et al. 2020 for PSR J1107-5907). We welcome more use of the data sets and would appreciate a citation to Hobbs et al. (2009), which provides details of the PULSE@Parkes project.