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scattering & sidelobe level, stability (mechanical & thermal)
 
scattering & sidelobe level, stability (mechanical & thermal)
 
*how to specify this
 
*how to specify this
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*may benefit from 2 levels of discrimination: first, experience-informed baseline requirements to narrow down the options, and then detailed 2pi or 4pi beam maps fed into observation sims to estimate systematics of the best designs
 
 
scan speed, pattern vs. freq
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mount requirements
*pointing & tracking requirements
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*scan speed, pattern vs. freq -- pointing & tracking requirements
 
*does scan strategy need multiple, independent mounts?
 
*does scan strategy need multiple, independent mounts?
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*which telescopes require boresight rotation?
  
 
calibration
 
calibration
 
*which sources do we need to see? how often?
 
*which sources do we need to see? how often?
 
*do we need planets?
 
*do we need planets?
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*do we need ground-based sources?  towers?  big temporary fold mirrors (a'la BICEP and Keck)?
  
 
===Site & ops to telescopes===
 
===Site & ops to telescopes===

Revision as of 07:57, 28 February 2017

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Large Aperture Telescope Optics Parallel Session

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Receiver Optics & Small Aperture Telescopes Parallel Session

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Notes from sessions

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Requirements flow from science to telescopes

beam size & sensitivity vs. freq

  • min sizes of telescopes
  • number of detectors in each band on each telescope size

grouping of bands on telescopes

  • matched beams?
  • simultaneous measurements with concentric beams?

scattering & sidelobe level, stability (mechanical & thermal)

  • how to specify this
  • may benefit from 2 levels of discrimination: first, experience-informed baseline requirements to narrow down the options, and then detailed 2pi or 4pi beam maps fed into observation sims to estimate systematics of the best designs

mount requirements

  • scan speed, pattern vs. freq -- pointing & tracking requirements
  • does scan strategy need multiple, independent mounts?
  • which telescopes require boresight rotation?

calibration

  • which sources do we need to see? how often?
  • do we need planets?
  • do we need ground-based sources? towers? big temporary fold mirrors (a'la BICEP and Keck)?

Site & ops to telescopes

site specific conditions

  • temp, seismic, insolation, rain/snow

power constraints

shipping

uptime & maintainability

  • do we need several telescopes/mounts?

Requirements flow within telescopes (trade studies, allocations, good practice, prejudice)

tel size vs. ell

  • small tels for low ell?

reflectors vs. refractors

tel optical layout

tel mount layout

number of each type of telescope

shield config

can we tolerate panel gaps on big telescopes?

boresight rotation to fix tel errors?

manufacturability

Requirements flow to/from cameras

subfield cameras? (yes requires 1st lens at tel focus)

tel focal ratio (not necessarily same as at detectors)

limits/rqts on camera orientation/motion/accel

tel boresight rotation to fix residual camera beam/pol errors

  • instrument rotation may be easier

drive noise (EMI, vibration, magnetic)

access to camera (frequency, specific orientation)

Action items/Next steps

Summarize action items here