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Pico Computing Powers Astronomy’s Quest for Fleeting Radio Frequency Bursts from beyond Our Galaxy Pico Computing Powers Astronomy’s Quest for Fleeting Radio Frequency Bursts from beyond Our Galaxy

Abstract – Radio astronomy enters new computational era. Dr. Nathan Clarke of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research at Curtin University in Perth, led the development of a novel transient detection engine that captures and processes these fleeting signals in real time from the multiple beams of a telescope array. In addition to performing real time processing of a vast amount of data at the edge, the low-power FPGA-based system is flexible and field-reconfigurable.

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