Lars Pettersson

Senior Research Engineer at Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Onsala Space Observatory, Electronics Laboratory

Showing 8 publications


The Onsala Tide Gauge Station: Experiences from the first three years of operation

Gunnar Elgered, Jonas Wahlbom, Lars Wennerbäck et al
Conference poster

Design, Implementation and Tests of the Signal Chain for the Twin Telescopes at Onsala Space Observatory

Miroslav Pantaleev, Leif Helldner, Rüdiger Haas et al
Proceedings of the 23rd European VLBI Group for Geodesy and Astrometry Working Meeting, p. 15-19
Conference contribution

A new 3 mm band receiver for the Onsala 20 m antenna

Victor Belitsky, Igor Lapkin, Mathias Fredrixon et al
Astronomy and Astrophysics. Vol. 580
Journal article

C-band receiver for 25m OSO telescope

Lars Pettersson

Dual Band MM-Wave Receiver for Onsala 20 m Antenna

Igor Lapkin, Mathias Fredrixon, Erik Sundin et al
Proceedings of the TWENTY-FIFTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON SPACE TERAHERTZ TECHNOLOGY, April 27-30, 2014, Moscow, Russia, p. 132-
Paper in proceedings

Onsala Space Observatory – IVS Technology Development Center

Miroslav Pantaleev, Rüdiger Haas, Leif Helldner et al
International VLBI Service for Geodesy and Astrometry 2010 Annual Report, edited by D. Behrend and K.Baver (NASA/TP-2011-215880), p. 280-283
Book chapter

Onsala Space Observatory - IVS Technology Development Center

Rüdiger Haas, Miroslav Pantaleev, Leif Helldner et al
IVS 2009 Annual Report, p. 304-307
Magazine article

A dual frequency feed system for the 20 m radio telescope at the Onsala Space Observatory

Gunnar Elgered, Per-Simon Kildal, Jonas Flodin et al
Nordic Antenna Conference Antenn 97, Göteborg, May, 1997
Paper in proceedings

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