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Workspace Method sensor_responseBackend


Includes response of the backend (spectrometer).

The function returns the sensor response matrix after the backend
characteristics have been included.

See f_backend, backend_channel_response and sensor_norm for
details on how to specify the backend response.

Authors: Mattias Ekstrom, Patrick Eriksson


sensor_responseBackend( sensor_response, sensor_response_f, sensor_response_pol, sensor_response_dlos, sensor_response_f_grid, sensor_response_pol_grid, sensor_response_dlos_grid, f_backend, backend_channel_response, sensor_norm )


OUT+INsensor_response(Sparse)The matrix modelling the total sensor response.
OUT+INsensor_response_f(Vector)The frequencies associated with the output of sensor_response.
OUT+INsensor_response_pol(ArrayOfIndex)The polarisation states associated with the output of sensor_response.
OUT+INsensor_response_dlos(Matrix)The relative zenith and azimuth angles associated with the output of sensor_response.
OUT+INsensor_response_f_grid(Vector)The frequency grid associated with sensor_response.
INsensor_response_pol_grid(ArrayOfIndex)The "polarisation grid" associated with sensor_response.
INsensor_response_dlos_grid(Matrix)The zenith and azimuth angles associated with sensor_response.
INf_backend(Vector)The frequency position of each backend (spectrometer) channel.
INbackend_channel_response(ArrayOfGriddedField1)The response of each backend channel.
INsensor_norm(Index)Flag if sensor response should be normalised or not (0 or 1).