The Submillimeter Array (SMA) is an 8-element radio interferometer located near the summit of Maunakea in Hawaii. Operating at frequencies from 180 GHz to 420 GHz, the 6 m diameter dishes may be arranged into configurations with baselines as long as 509 m, producing a synthesized beam of sub-arcsecond width. Each element can observe with two receivers simultaneously, with up to 48 GHz total bandwidth. The digital correlator backend provides a uniform resolution of 140 kHz.
- SMA Seminar Series
- January 2022 Newsletter
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