Cosmic Background Explorer/FIRAS
Glitch Rate Correction Parameters
This file contains the glitchrate correction slopes and intercepts for the FIRAS data. These corrections were computed for each channel and scan mode by a linear lease squares fit to the average variance and glitch rate of each calibrated sky spectrum. The average variance for a spectrum is defined to be: ((Nifgs * Real_Var) / D-Vector^2) / Nfreq. These corrections are used in the following manner: Nifgs' = Nifgs / (Intercept + Slope * Glitchrate).
The spectra used in these computations were calibrated with the F16_93HYBRID calibration model solutions. For each row above, entries are in the order short slow, short fast, and long fast.
0.3181130953125 0.2140692412586 0.0966526586767 ! RH slopes 1.4352805363822 0.8577051984544 0.5659091990933 ! RL slopes 1.5191090347109 0.7266698341443 0.2082700179341 ! LH slopes 0.9033791223006 1.1911192067644 0.7500055772031 ! LL slopes 0.8077706519285 0.8747664977663 0.9388613541838 ! RH intercepts 0.4982031329753 0.7114551425149 0.8027039679998 ! RL intercepts 0.8917235659124 0.9526830996467 0.9840390263056 ! LH intercepts 0.6036605718068 0.6089863134529 0.6825380479394 ! LL intercepts