Table 6:

Sky coverage (15 months survey, average per frequency).

Meana Lowb Highc Deepd Pol. Stat.e
(GHz) (s/sq. deg.) (%) (%) (%) (%)
30 953 4.5 1.7 0.42 0.8
44 953 3.3 1.5 0.28 3.7
100 953 4.3 1.5 0.41 0.61
353 953 4.3 1.2 0.37 0.10

Notes. (a) Integration time per square degree for typical channels. (b) Fraction of the sky with integration time lower than one-half the mean value.. (c) Fraction of the sky with integration time higher than four times the mean value.(d) Fraction of the sky with integration time higher than nine times the mean value. (e) Fraction of the sky which has a high spread of scanning angles, for all detectors at each frequency. The value is based on dividing the 2$\pi$ range of angles into 16 bins; for a pixel on the sky, the spread is considered high if there are samples in at least 5 bins. More details are available in Dupac & Tauber (2005).

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