The value in each cell is the total of all data from all coarse channels, in gigabytes, generated in 1 second (GB/s). Multiply by the duration of your observation to get total size of your observation in the mode chosen.
|Blue cells||Supported||Modes identical to the legacy correlator|
|Green cells||Supported||Modes which are new to MWA and which are supported|
|Orange cells||Unsupported||Modes which take more than 8 seconds to process 8 seconds of input data, or which generate more than 100 Gbp/s (thus not sustainable), and thus not selectable normally|
|Yellow cells||May be supported||Modes pending more testing (for throughput and also if the mode has a fine chan width which is not an integer), but which may end up being supported|
Note: when in extended / long baseline configuration, most science cases will require to use the 10 kHz, 0.5 sec mode at a minimum until the fringe stopping feature is enabled