Observable MSPs from IAR with the current setup (top) and with future upgrades (bottom).
Notes. P0 is the barycentric period of the pulsar, S1400 the mean flux density at 1400 MHz, W50 the pulse width at 50% of peak, S/N the expected signal-to-noise with 220′ of observation with A1, D the distance based on the Yao et al. (2017) electron density model, and DM the dispersion measure.
Quoted values are indicative only, as the width of pulse at 50% of peak is a function of both observing frequency and time resolution.
Estimated according to Eq. (1) and the values of A1 given in Table 1. We note that Eq. (1) involves the equivalent width of the pulse W which we do not know, but for a gaussian pulse it is valid to approximate W ≈ W50.
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