Gravitational wave resonant detectors can look
for signals from
various sources.

The sensitivity of the detectors to the various signals is
determined by the
strain sensitivity (or
noise spectral amplitude [ 1/sqrt(Hz) ]).

The work of the data analysis group concerns the analysis of the
data and the study and design of suitable search strategies, to
look for the various signals (that are usually classified as:
bursts, continuous waves, stochastic background).

The data of the Nautilus and Explorer detectors are acquired at a
sampling rate of 5000 Hz, using the
DAGA2 HF acquisition and on-line analysis system

- On the strain sensitivity of a resonant detector
- The Nautilus strain sensitivity in 1999
- The Nautilus strain sensitivity in 2001
- The Explorer strain sensitivity in 2000
- The Explorer strain sensitivity in 2001
- DAGA2 HF
- Burst signals
- Continuous signals
- Stochastic background

Resonant mass detectors: this is the copy of the slides presented by P. Astone at the 4th Amaldi conference (Perth, July 2001)

and this is the PDF file (CQG 19,7 (2002))

Analysis techniques for data from resonant mass detectors: this is the copy of the slides presented by P. Astone at the SPIE 2002 conference (Waikoloa, Aug 2002)