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Review of overall parameters of giant radio pulses from the Crab pulsar and B1937+21

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Abstract. We present a review of observed parameters of giant radio pulses, based on the observations conducted by our group during recent years. The observations cover a broad frequency range of about 3 octaves, concentrating between 600 and 4850 MHz. Giant pulses of both the Crab pulsar and the millisecond pulsar B1937+21 were studied with the 70-m Tidbinbilla, the 100-m GBT, 64-m Kalyazin and Westerbork radio telescopes. We discuss pulse energy distribution, dependence of peak flux density from the pulse width, peculiarities of radio spectra, and polarization properties of giant radio pulses

Topics: pulsars, giant radio pulses, Crab pulsar, B0531+21, B1937+21 PACS, 97.60.Gb
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