Our paper led by Emma Platts on a sample of bursts from the repeating Fast Radio Burst (FRB) source called FRB 121102 was recently accepted for publication in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. It reports a more in-depth analysis of several bursts from that FRB source (commonly called R1, as it was the first FRB for which repetition was discovered) detected by the MeerTRAP single-pulse and periodicity search backend at the MeerKAT telescope array back in 2019.

The paper focuses on determining the structure-optimised dispersion measures of these bursts using two different methods and investigates their burst morphologies in more detail.

Here is a link to the paper on NASA ADS: paper link.