Most of the known pulsars with frequencies lying in the best sensitivity rang e of the Virgo/LIGO/TAMA interferometers belong to binary systems. Accordingly their frequencies are Doppler shifted in an unknown way. We investigate a new method to search for and extract the parameters of such pulsars. A first preliminary test of this method, performed on the Virgo data recorded during the E4 engineering run, is presented.

A first test of a sine-Hough method for the detection of pulsars in binary systems using the E4 Virgo engineering run data

GAMMAITONI, Luca;VOCCA, Helios;
2004

Abstract

Most of the known pulsars with frequencies lying in the best sensitivity rang e of the Virgo/LIGO/TAMA interferometers belong to binary systems. Accordingly their frequencies are Doppler shifted in an unknown way. We investigate a new method to search for and extract the parameters of such pulsars. A first preliminary test of this method, performed on the Virgo data recorded during the E4 engineering run, is presented.
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