Input parameters for the emission model shown in Fig. 5.
|γmin||γb||γmax||n1||n2||B [G]||K [cm-3]||R [cm]||Rdist [cm]||δ||Γ|
|Jet in||2.5||300||3 × 104||2||3.9||1.1||1.5 × 105||7 × 1015||7 × 1016||20||17|
|Jet out||103||7 × 104||2 × 105||2||4.3||0.03||3 × 107||1015||2 × 1017||20||17|
Notes. “Jet in” and “Jet out” indicate the emission regions located inside or outside the BLR respectively. The parameters are: the minimum (γmin), break (γb) and maximum (γmax) Lorentz factor and the low energy (n1) and the high energy (n2) slope of the smoothed power law electron energy distribution, the magnetic field B, the normalization of the electron distribution, K, the radius of the emission region, R, the distance from the central BH at which the emission occurs, Rdist, the Doppler factor δ and the corresponding bulk Lorentz factor Γ. Doppler factors are calculated assuming that the observer lies at an angle θv = 2.8° from the jet axis.
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