The Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment

CHIME will map the distribution of neutral hydrogen from redshift 0.8 to 2.5 over half the sky, and from these data use the angular scale of baryon acoustic oscillations to study the history of the expansion of the universe.

Visit the official CHIME website.

Written Description of the CHIME design in .pdf

Presentation to the Long Range Plan Panel made on 10 March 2010, HIA, Victoria BC.

Perhaps you are looking for the password protected Internal Wiki Site for CHIME.