Useful numbers used in our analysis.
|Frequency||Conversion factor||Abs. calibration errors||PR1/PR2|
|[GHz]||MJy sr−1 [νIν = const]∕KCMB||[%]|
|100||244.1 ± 0.3||0.09a||0.994c|
|143||371.74 ± 0.07||0.07a||0.993c|
|217||483.69 ± 0.012||0.16a||0.991c|
|353||287.45 ± 0.009||0.78a||0.977c|
|545||58.04 ± 0.03||3.1b||1.018a|
|857||2.27 ± 0.03||3.4b||1.033a|
Notes. The first column gives the unit conversion factors between MJy sr−1[νIν = const] and KCMB; the second column gives the error on the absolute calibration; and the third column gives the factors we applied to the Planck CIB measurements to account for a more accurate absolute calibration between the two releases of the Planck data (PR1 and PR2). (a) From Planck Collaboration VIII (2016). (b) From Planck Collaboration Int. XLVI (2016). (c) Computed using exactly the same method as that used in Planck Collaboration VIII (2016).
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