ATEM provides IRAM (Institut de Radioastronomie millimétrique) with semi-rigid coax cable assemblies for NOEMA Project.
NOEMA, the successor to the Plateau du Bure observatory, is the most powerful millimeter radiotelescope of the Northern Hemisphere and one of the most advanced facilities existing today for radio astronomy.
NOEMA will double the number of antennas of its predecessor from six to twelve, each 15 meters in diameter. Each antenna is equipped with state-of-the-art high-sensitivity receivers.
Its spatial resolution will be four times higher and its sensitivity ten times better than those of its predecessor.