Samples of binary millisecond pulsars.
|Class||N||⟨ ν ⟩ (Hz)||(Hz)||σν (Hz)||Description|
|RMSPs||199||268||274||139||Rotation-powered (radio) pulsars in a binary system|
|Galactic RMSPs||128||262||267||141||RMSPs in the Galactic field|
|cluster RMSPs||71||277||276||138||RMSPs of globular clusters|
|eclipsing RMSPs||42||367||377||154||RMSPs whose radio-pulsed emission is irregularly eclipsed|
|non-eclipsing RMSPs||157||242||252||122||RMSPs whose radio-pulsed emission is not eclipsed|
|LMXBs||25||413||401||150||All accretion-powered pulsars (accreting MSPs + nuclear MSPs)|
|accreting MSPs||15||353||377||140||Accreting millisecond pulsars (X-ray coherent oscillations)|
|nuclear MSPs||10||502||552||123||Nuclear-powered millisecond pulsars (only X-ray burst oscillations)|
|transitional MSPs||56||365||377||150||Transitional pulsars (accreting MSPs + eclipsing RMSPs)|
Notes. Number of objects, mean, median and standard deviation, of the spin frequency distributions of the considered classes of rotation and accretion-powered millisecond pulsars (P< 30 ms) in binary systems. IGR J18245−2452 is counted as both an eclipsing- and an accreting MSP.
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