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Paper: Statistics of the Subpulses for PSR B1133+16 at 8.35 GHz
Volume: 466, Electromagnetic Radiation from Pulsars and Magnetars
Page: 97
Authors: Koralewska, O.; Kijak, J.; Lewandowski, W.
Abstract: We have analysed a few thousand individual pulses of PSR B1133+16 recorded at 8.35 GHz using 100-m radiotelescope of the Max-Planck Institute for Radioastronomy at Effelsberg. The average profile of this pulsar consists of two components with the leading one stronger than the trailing. Obtained statistics of subpulses show, that among individual pulses the most common is a pulse with a subpulse only in the leading component, but there can also be found pulses with a subpulse in both components, as well as a subpulse in just the trailing component. Most of subpulses have similar shapes. As for weakness of a trailing component in the average profiles it is caused by statistics of subpulses.
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