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Planck 2015 results: VII. High Frequency Instrument data processing: Time-ordered information and beams

  • Author(s): Adam, R
  • Ade, PAR
  • Aghanim, N
  • Arnaud, M
  • Ashdown, M
  • Aumont, J
  • Baccigalupi, C
  • Banday, AJ
  • Barreiro, RB
  • Bartolo, N
  • Battaner, E
  • Benabed, K
  • Benoît, A
  • Benoit-Lévy, A
  • Bernard, JP
  • Bersanelli, M
  • Bertincourt, B
  • Bielewicz, P
  • Bock, JJ
  • Bonavera, L
  • Bond, JR
  • Borrill, J
  • Bouchet, FR
  • Boulanger, F
  • Bucher, M
  • Burigana, C
  • Calabrese, E
  • Cardoso, JF
  • Catalano, A
  • Challinor, A
  • Chamballu, A
  • Chary, RR
  • Chiang, HC
  • Christensen, PR
  • Clements, DL
  • Colombi, S
  • Colombo, LPL
  • Combet, C
  • Couchot, F
  • Coulais, A
  • Crill, BP
  • Curto, A
  • Cuttaia, F
  • Danese, L
  • Davies, RD
  • Davis, RJ
  • De Bernardis, P
  • De Rosa, A
  • De Zotti, G
  • Delabrouille, J
  • Delouis, JM
  • Désert, FX
  • Diego, JM
  • Dole, H
  • Donzelli, S
  • Doré, O
  • Douspis, M
  • Ducout, A
  • Dupac, X
  • Efstathiou, G
  • Elsner, F
  • Enßlin, TA
  • Eriksen, HK
  • et al.
Abstract

© ESO, 2016. The Planck High Frequency Instrument (HFI) has observed the full sky at six frequencies (100, 143, 217, 353, 545, and 857 GHz) in intensity and at four frequencies in linear polarization (100, 143, 217, and 353 GHz). In order to obtain sky maps, the time-ordered information (TOI) containing the detector and pointing samples must be processed and the angular response must be assessed. The full mission TOI is included in the Planck 2015 release. This paper describes the HFI TOI and beam processing for the 2015 release. HFI calibration and map making are described in a companion paper. The main pipeline has been modified since the last release (2013 nominal mission in intensity only), by including a correction for the nonlinearity of the warm readout and by improving the model of the bolometer time response. The beam processing is an essential tool that derives the angular response used in all the Planck science papers and we report an improvement in the effective beam window function uncertainty of more than a factor of 10 relative to the2013 release. Noise correlations introduced by pipeline filtering function are assessed using dedicated simulations. Angular cross-power spectra using data sets that are decorrelated in time are immune to the main systematic effects.

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