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− | The NETs and detector counts can be found in this [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1X0x8wYhjHdI_WPjhgbtyVlVQrX86tTgxgqEUhan2Hxg/edit spreadsheet]. The efficiency of the simulations is 91.7%, with 8.3% spent in turn-arounds. The noise levels shown below are scaled to an overall efficiency of 25% (consistent with the estimates made by the NTT) and observing time of 7 years. In addition, the map level depths presented below assume a yield of 80%, correlation factors and number of tubes taken from the same [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1X0x8wYhjHdI_WPjhgbtyVlVQrX86tTgxgqEUhan2Hxg/edit spreadsheet]. | + | The NETs and detector counts can be found in this [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1X0x8wYhjHdI_WPjhgbtyVlVQrX86tTgxgqEUhan2Hxg/edit spreadsheet]. The efficiency of the simulations is 91.7%, with 8.3% spent in turn-arounds. The noise levels shown below are scaled to an overall efficiency of 25% (consistent with the estimates made by the NTT) and observing time of 7 years. In addition, the map level depths presented below assume a yield of 80%, correlation factors and number of tubes taken from the same [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1X0x8wYhjHdI_WPjhgbtyVlVQrX86tTgxgqEUhan2Hxg/edit spreadsheet]. |

===Noise characteristics for elevation of 40 degrees=== | ===Noise characteristics for elevation of 40 degrees=== |

## Revision as of 13:49, 30 June 2020

### Summary

In this posting provides noise levels for a high cadence scan strategy at elevation of 40 degrees.

### Depth maps

Depth maps for 10 days of observation of 1 optics tube for the LF bands, and 1/8th of an optics tube for the MF and HF bands can currently be found here

/global/cscratch1/sd/keskital/s4sim/reference_tool/out_v1/00000000

The simulations provide noise covariance matrices for TQU. Here we show the depth maps in temperature

The NETs and detector counts can be found in this spreadsheet. The efficiency of the simulations is 91.7%, with 8.3% spent in turn-arounds. The noise levels shown below are scaled to an overall efficiency of 25% (consistent with the estimates made by the NTT) and observing time of 7 years. In addition, the map level depths presented below assume a yield of 80%, correlation factors and number of tubes taken from the same spreadsheet.

### Noise characteristics for elevation of 40 degrees

Frequency band | LF | MF | HF |
---|---|---|---|

Sky fraction (in %) | 68.6 | 67.8 | 67.0 |

Effective sky fraction for noise (in %) | 61.6 | 63.7 | 63.8 |

Effective sky fraction for signal (in %) | 66.0 | 66.2 | 65.9 |

Frequency (GHz) | 27 | 39 | 93 | 145 | 225 | 278 |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

white noise level TT (uK-arcmin) | 21.34 | 11.67 | 1.89 | 2.09 | 6.90 | 16.88 |

ell knee TT | 415 | 391 | 1932 | 3917 | 6740 | 6792 |

1/f exponent TT (uK-arcmin) | -3.5 | -3.5 | -3.5 | -3.5 | -3.5 | -3.5 |

white noise level E/B (uK-arcmin) | 30.23 | 16.53 | 2.68 | 2.96 | 9.78 | 23.93 |

ell knee E/B | 700 | 700 | 700 | 700 | 700 | 700 |

1/f exponent E/B (uK-arcmin) | -1.4 | -1.4 | -1.4 | -1.4 | -1.4 | -1.4 |

The simulations provide information both about white noise levels and the atmospheric 1/f contribution. For MF and HF, the behavior is similar to the previous estimates with lknee between 500 and 700 and somewhat shallower rise (between -1.06 to -1.2). For LF the simulations suggest lower atmospheric noise. Since this is preliminary, the table uses the noise model inferred from the WAFTT work.