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As a member of a pulsar search team that works through the Pulsar Search Collaboratory, I've noticed that many data plots (except the tests) are radio frequency interference (RFI) or noise. WhatAs a result, I have gained an appreciation for what kinds of issues antennas can cause.

What techniques can satellite ground-station operators, programmers, and installers use to recognize RFI or noise before we have to manually review the plots? How can this problem be reduced or removed?

As a member of a pulsar search team that works through the Pulsar Search Collaboratory, I've noticed that many data plots (except the tests) are radio frequency interference (RFI) or noise. What techniques can ground-station operators, programmers, and installers use to recognize RFI or noise before we have to manually review the plots?

As a member of a pulsar search team that works through the Pulsar Search Collaboratory, I've noticed that many data plots (except the tests) are radio frequency interference (RFI) or noise. As a result, I have gained an appreciation for what kinds of issues antennas can cause.

What techniques can satellite ground-station operators, programmers, and installers use to recognize RFI or noise before we have to manually review the plots? How can this problem be reduced or removed?

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As a member of a pulsar search team that works through the Pulsar Search Collaboratory, I've noticed that many data plots (except the tests) are radio frequency interference (RFI) or noise. What techniques can radio telescopeground-station operators/programmers, programmers, and installers use to recognize RFI or noise before we have to manually review the plots?

As a member of a pulsar search team that works through the Pulsar Search Collaboratory, I've noticed that many data plots (except the tests) are radio frequency interference (RFI) or noise. What techniques can radio telescope operators/programmers use to recognize RFI or noise before we have to manually review the plots?

As a member of a pulsar search team that works through the Pulsar Search Collaboratory, I've noticed that many data plots (except the tests) are radio frequency interference (RFI) or noise. What techniques can ground-station operators, programmers, and installers use to recognize RFI or noise before we have to manually review the plots?

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Techniques to reduce radio interference or noise

As a member of a pulsar search team that works through the Pulsar Search Collaboratory, I've noticed that many data plots (except the tests) are radio frequency interference (RFI) or noise. What techniques can radio telescope operators/programmers use to recognize RFI or noise before we have to manually review the plots?