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Message 718839 - Posted: 26 Feb 2008, 23:58:45 UTC

Does anybody know how the perfect signal looks like or should be like. What should be the duration and power look like, when found?

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Message 718969 - Posted: 27 Feb 2008, 5:10:18 UTC - in response to Message 718839.

Does anybody know how the perfect signal looks like or should be like. What should be the duration and power look like, when found?

Unfortunately, the perfect signal is one that is repeated on different nights. Therefore, you can't see it in one task, they are found by the Near Time Persistency Checker (which is not completely written yet).
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Message 719167 - Posted: 27 Feb 2008, 18:47:47 UTC - in response to Message 718969.

Does anybody know how the perfect signal looks like or should be like. What should be the duration and power look like, when found?

Unfortunately, the perfect signal is one that is repeated on different nights. Therefore, you can't see it in one task, they are found by the Near Time Persistency Checker (which is not completely written yet).


When is the NTPC being completed?

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Message 719202 - Posted: 27 Feb 2008, 20:31:37 UTC - in response to Message 719167.

Does anybody know how the perfect signal looks like or should be like. What should be the duration and power look like, when found?

Unfortunately, the perfect signal is one that is repeated on different nights. Therefore, you can't see it in one task, they are found by the Near Time Persistency Checker (which is not completely written yet).


When is the NTPC being completed?

Matt L. is working on it. I do not know the status or ETA.
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Message 719597 - Posted: 28 Feb 2008, 21:05:20 UTC - in response to Message 719202.

Does anybody know how the perfect signal looks like or should be like. What should be the duration and power look like, when found?

Unfortunately, the perfect signal is one that is repeated on different nights. Therefore, you can't see it in one task, they are found by the Near Time Persistency Checker (which is not completely written yet).


When is the NTPC being completed?

Matt L. is working on it. I do not know the status or ETA.


The best of luck putting it together, should be alot of work. Has this to be researched again with help of BOINC or is it a overview of the WU put together?

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Message 719611 - Posted: 28 Feb 2008, 21:27:47 UTC - in response to Message 719597.

Does anybody know how the perfect signal looks like or should be like. What should be the duration and power look like, when found?

Unfortunately, the perfect signal is one that is repeated on different nights. Therefore, you can't see it in one task, they are found by the Near Time Persistency Checker (which is not completely written yet).


When is the NTPC being completed?

Matt L. is working on it. I do not know the status or ETA.


The best of luck putting it together, should be alot of work. Has this to be researched again with help of BOINC or is it a overview of the WU put together?

This is purely back end work. It is combining results from the same patches of sky that are already stored in the database.
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