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[MRTCAL\]MSETUP CALIBRATION Keyword Switch
[MRTCAL\]MSETUP CALIBRATION SCAN NEAREST|LINEAR
Define how to select the calibration scan used calibrate science data.
In NEAREST mode, the scan nearest in time will be used. In LINEAR mode,
the algorithm will linearly interpolate calibration parameters between
the two nearest calibration scans. Default is NEAREST.
[MRTCAL\]MSETUP CALIBRATION OFF NEAREST|LINEAR
Define how to select the OFF data matching the current ON data. In NEAR-
EST mode, the OFF data nearest in time will be used. In LINEAR mode, the
algorithm will linearly interpolate between the two nearest OFF spectra.
This tuning is only meaningfull for On-The-Fly data. Default is NEAREST.
[MRTCAL\]MSETUP CALIBRATION TSYS LINEAR|NEAREST
Define how the applied system temperature will be interpolated as a
function of frequency. In NEAREST mode, the algorithm will use the sys-
tem temperature computed at the nearest RF frequency. In LINEAR mode, it
will linearly interpolate the system temperatures surrounding the cur-
rent frequency. Default is LINEAR.
[MRTCAL\]MSETUP CALIBRATION BANDWIDTH value
Setup the desired calibration bandwidth in MHz. The nearest value that
allows the division of the good spectra channels of each chunkset in
equal virtual chunk sizes, will be used. A value of implies the use of
the native hardware chunk size. The native hardware chunk size will au-
tomatically be used every time the user will require a larger bandwidth.
Default is 20 MHz.
[MRTCAL\]MSETUP CALIBRATION FEEDBACK PIXEL|SET|ELEMENT
Tune the granurality of the calibration results (Tsys, Tcal, Trec, ...).
The median value per pixel, per chunkset, or per chunk element will be
printed in the PIXEL, SET, or ELEMENT mode, respectively. One value per
chunk element may result in very long lists when using virtual chunk
sizes (see MSETUP CALIBRATION BANDWIDTH). Default is SET.