Netterfield et al. use Q band (centered on 40 GHz) data from the
ground-based Saskatoon 1995 experiment at Saskatoon to constrain CMBR
The window functions were provided by B. Netterfield. There are three files,the two with NCP cap window function (c1 &c2) and one with the NCP ring window function. The first column in each window function file is , which runs from 2 to 699. The last nine columns in the first cap file are the zero-lag 's for the 3, 4, ..., 11 point chops. The last eight columns in the second cap file are the zero-lag 's for the 12, 13, ..., 19 point chops. The last four columns in the ring file are the zero-lag 's for the 3, 4, 5, and 6 point chops.
The quoted bandtemperature values are computed for a flat bandpower spectrum.
They are from Netterfield et al., 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).
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 .