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`CORNANT`

`CORNANT` informs correlator operations of the number of stations
scheduled. This helps determine when all logs and media are in and
helps determine what the correlator load, both in terms of drives
needed and output data rate, will be. See the discussion of
`CORCHAN` for a formula to calculate
the output data rate.

The default value for `CORNANT` is the number of antennas scheduled
which will nearly always be correct. There should be no need to specify
a number other than in some special, very strange cases such as when more
antennas are scheduled than will be correlated.

**Argument:** An integer number.
**Options:** Any, but it should be the expected number of antennas.
**Default:** Number of antennas in schedule.
**Usage:** Only one value used -- the last.
**Example:** `CORNANT = 10`

Craig Walker
2014-06-17