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      pulsars; interstellar scattering; dispersion

    • Abstract

       

      The behaviour of pulsars at low radio-frequencies (below ≈ 50 MHz) remains poorly understood mainly due to very limited observational data on pulsars at these frequencies. We report here our measurements of pulse profiles at 34.5 MHz of 8 pulsars using the Gauribidanur Radio Telescope. None of the 8 pulsars show any significant interpulse emission at this frequency which conflicts with an earlier claim from 25 MHz observations. With the exception of one pulsar (PSR 0943 + 10) all the observed pulsars show turnovers at frequencies above 35 MHz in their spectra. We also report our attempts to study the short and long term variations in the pulsar signals at this low frequency.

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      A. A. Deshpande1 2 V. Radhakrishnan1

      1. Raman Research Institute, Bangalore - 560080
      2. Department of Physics, University of Tasmania, G.P.O. Box 252 C, Hobart, Tasmania - 7001, Australia
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