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Paper: e-MERLIN and e-VLBI
Volume: 340, Future Directions in High Resolution Astronomy: The 10th Anniversary of the VLBA
Page: 595
Authors: Garrington, S.
Abstract: Optical fibres will allow synthesis arrays to be connected across hundreds or thousands of km at multi-Gb/s bandwidths hence providing substantial increases in sensitivity. e-MERLIN will use a dedicated network spanning 200 km in the UK. e-VLBI will make use of existing bandwidth capacity provided by the research networks and their international peering networks to make the transition to flexible, real-time arrays with the potential for bandwidth increases as new correlators become available.
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