I n f o r m a t i o n
Papers and articles that describe both the
instrument and some of the astronomical research for which it is used.
The Anglo-Australian Tuneable Filter
Technical details of
, including suggestions on astronomical observations for which it is well suited (compressed postscript, 20 pages).
TTF: A Flexible Approach to Narrowband Imaging
J. Bland-Hawthorn and D. H. Jones
Reviews the different modes of TTF operation. (variety of formats, 8 pages).
The TTF Survey of Galaxy Populations
H. Jones and J. Bland-Hawthorn
Describes a survey currently underway using the
to search for field galaxies (compressed postscript, 5 pages).
J. Bland-Hawthorn and G. Cecil
Basic review of the fundamental principles of modern spectroscopy (compressed postscript, 28 pages).
The End of Conventional Narrowband Imaging?
Short article about
and a charge-shuffling technique that can be used in conjunction with the instrument to obtain multiwavelength frames on the one image (compressed postscript, 5 pages).
Specific description of the charge-shuffling method used with
(compressed postscript, 5 pages).
Photometry with Fabry-Perot Spectrometers
Reviews the theoretical basis for Fabry Perot photometry (compressed postscript, 14 pages).
More general discussion papers related to
Filter Bandpass Variations in a Converging Beam
Theoretical examination of the effects that occur when narrowband filters are used in converging beams.(compressed postscript, 5 pages).
An Improved Definition for Spectral Resolution
J. Bland-Hawthorn & A. W. Jones
Challenges conventional methods for defining the spectral resolving power of an instrument and proposes a new definition embracing the particular spectral response of the instrument (compressed postscript, 9 pages).
A Test for Weak Cosmic Ray Events on CCD Exposures
P. L. Shopbell, J. Bland-Hawthorn & S. Serjeant
Discusses a simple test to evaluate the effectiveness of cosmic ray removal programs on weak cosmic ray events (compressed postscript, 4 pages).