Netterfield et al. (1995) use Ka band (centered on 30 GHz) and Q band
(centered on 40 GHz) data from the ground-based Saskatoon 1994 experiment
at Saskatoon to constrain CMBR anisotropy.
The window functions were provided by B. Netterfield. There are two
files, one with the Ka window
and one with the
functions. The first column in each
window function file is , which runs from 2 to 499. The next
seven columns in each file are the zero-lag 's for the 3, 4,
..., 9 point chops. Some of the values in these files are
negative, due to numerical round-off errors. To deal with this, it
suffices, for all practical purposes, to use instead of
tabulated in these files.
The quoted bandtemperature values are computed for a flat bandpower spectrum.
They are from Netterfield et al. (1997), corrected according to the caption of
Figure 3 of Torbet et al. (to account for re-calibration and foreground
contamination), with 11% added in quadrature to their statistical 1
error bars to account for the 1 calibration uncertainty.
Link to the experiment webpage.
C.B. Netterfield, M.J. Devlin, N. Jarosik, L. Page, and E.J. Wollack, ``A
Measurement of the Angular Power Spectrum of the Anisotropy in the Cosmic
Microwave Background",Astrophys. J. 474, 47 (1997).
C.B. Netterfield, N. Jarosik, L. Page, D. Wilkinson, and E. Wollack, ``The
Anisotropy in the Cosmic Microwave Background at Degree Angular
Scales", Astrophys. J. Lett. 445, L69 (1995).
E. Torbet, et al., ``A Measurement of the Angular Power Spectrum of the Microwave Background Made from the High Chilean Andes", astro-ph/9905100 v3.