Coble et al. use Q band (centered on 40 GHz) data from the ground-based
Python V experiment at the South Pole to constrain CMBR anisotropy.
The window functions were provided by K. Coble. The first column in the
window function file
, which runs from 2 to 350. The next eight
columns are the Python V zero-lag 's for modulations 1 to 8.
The quoted bandtemperature values are computed for a flat bandpower spectrum.
They are from Coble et al., with (%, %) added in quadrature to
the statistical 1 error bars to account for the 1
calibration uncertainty. Cross-modulation correlations have not been
Link to the experiment webpage.
K. Coble, et al., ``Anisotropy in the Cosmic Microwave Background at Degree Angular Scales: Python V Results", Astrophys. J. Lett. 519, L5 (1999).