In addition to data products, we also archive various metadata products that describe the state of the system during any given observation. This metadata include the station static MIB initialization file (SSMIF) that fully describes the signal paths.
The LWA1 Low Frequency Sky Survey maps can be found at this location. This page also hosts our updated model of the radio sky: the Low Frequency Sky Model.
The local ionospheric weather page provides current ionospheric conditions over the LWA1 and LWA-SV sites.
The VLSS Bright Source Spectral Calculator can be used to estimate the flux density of a variety of calibrator sources at various frequencies.
The LWA Project includes several institutions. The founding LWA members are the University of New Mexico, the Los Alamos National Laboratory in partnership with the Naval Research Laboratory. Virginia Tech and University of Iowa joined the LWA Project in July 2007 and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory joined in September 2008.