Data for: Revision of the 60-GHz atmospheric oxygen absorption band models for practical use.

Published: 14 January 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/gzt6n75cxc.1
Dmitriy Makarov, Philip Rosenkranz, Mikhail Tretyakov


Files '???.txt' (where ??? is 3-digit number) contain refined experimental recordings in dry air from the resonator spectrometer data order is: 1 line: number of points, air pressure (Torr) 2 line: temperature (K), adjusted O2 concentration (percent) following lines: frequency (GHz), absorption (dB/km) Files 'y.txt', 'g.txt' and 'delta_nu.txt' contain the corresponding mixing parameters with the uncertainties. Column order is: Z0 (constant part of the parameter, corresponding to the value at 300 K), Z0 uncertainty, Z1 (T-depending part), Z1 uncertainty. Transitions order is 1-,1+,3-,3+,5-,5+...37-,37+ Files 'O2_air_covariance.txt' and 'O2_air_correlation.txt' contain the covariance and sign-adjusted correlation matrices. Index ordering is: 1 --- band intensity, 2 --- temperature dependence exponential factor $x$, 3 --- non-resonant (Debye) absorption effective broadening coefficient, 4 to 41 --- air-broadenings $\gamma$, 42 to 79 --- $y^0$, 80 to 117 --- $y^1$, 118 to 155 --- $g^0$, 156 to 193 --- $g^1$, 194 to 231 --- $\delta\nu^0$, 232 to 269 --- $\delta\nu^1$