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Table C.1

Noise and CIBA levels used for the Monte Carlo simulations.

353 GHz 545 GHz 857 GHz 3000 GHz
θ n σ CIBA n σ CIBA n σ CIBA n σ CIBA
 [arcmin] [MJy sr-1] [MJy sr-1] [MJy sr-1] [MJy sr-1] [MJy sr-1] [MJy sr-1] [MJy sr-1] [MJy sr-1]

5 3.19 × 10-2 1.60 × 10-2 3.44 × 10-2 4.36 × 10-2 3.41 × 10-2 1.00 × 10-1 6.20 × 10-2 1.00 × 10-1
15 3.63 × 10-3 9.23 × 10-3 3.91 × 10-3 2.52 × 10-2 3.86 × 10-3 5.77 × 10-2 6.93 × 10-3 5.77 × 10-2
30 1.74 × 10-3 6.52 × 10-3 1.88 × 10-3 1.78 × 10-2 1.86 × 10-3 4.08 × 10-2 3.36 × 10-3 4.08 × 10-2
60 8.61 × 10-4 4.61 × 10-3 9.29 × 10-4 1.26 × 10-2 9.20 × 10-4 2.89 × 10-2 1.67 × 10-3 2.89 × 10-2
120 4.29 × 10-4 3.26 × 10-3 4.63 × 10-4 8.89 × 10-3 4.59 × 10-4 2.04 × 10-2 8.32 × 10-4 2.04 × 10-2

Notes. The levels of noise, n, and the CIBA, σCIBA, are given for each channel and for data smoothed to different angular resolution, θ. The noise level is the median value of the noise in the low NH i mask (see Fig. 3). The CIBA standard deviations at Planck frequencies are derived from the parametrization of Planck Collaboration Int. XVII (2014) (TCIBA = 18.3 K and βCIBA = 1.0) normalized at 857 GHz with the value given by Planck Collaboration XVIII (2011). The value at 3000 GHz is from Pénin et al. (2012). The scaling of σCIBA from the original measurements, made at 5.́4 by Planck Collaboration XVIII (2011) and 4.́3 by Pénin et al. (2012), to 5 and 30 was done assuming a CIBA power spectrum of C-1.

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