The BIGHORNS instrument aims to achieve an averaged all-sky measurement of the Epoch of Reionisation signal. This global signal can, in principle, be detected by a single accurately calibrated antenna and data capture system with just a few weeks of observation time at a site that has an exceptionally low level of radio interference.
|The BIGHORNS antenna being tested in a remote areas so as to reduce the effect of human-generated radio emission on the experiment.
|CAASTRO Researchers in this Project|
|Prof. Steven Tingay (Project Leader)|
|Dr. Randall Wayth||Curtin University|
|Dr. Steven Tremblay||Curtin University|
|Dr. Marcin Sokolowski||Curtin University|
|Mr. Mehran Mossammaparast||Curtin University|