Summit-pipeline recipe for processing NOISE observations. The bolometer power spectra are
calculated and the relative power at two (user-specifiable) frequencies is calculated. If this ratio
exceeds a critical value, defined by the MASKVAL parameter below, the bolometer is marked as
The outcome of this recipe is a noise image and bad-bolometer mask for each subarray which is stored
in the calibration system.
This recipe only works with raw time-series data.
See the documentation for _CREATE_BAD_BOLO_MASK_ for further parameters which may be
specified to determine bad bolometers.
Bad-bolometer mask file names are stored in index.mask.
Available Parameters :
parameters can be set via the -recpars option:
The number of bolometers
expressed as a percentage which should be used to create a bad-bolometer mask.
average bolometer power spectrum is displayed in a Kapview window. The noise map and
corresponding histogram are displayed in a different Kapview window (each subarray is displayed in
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