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(S/N)^2= \sum (2l+1) (Cl/Nl)^2To increase the S/N we bin the power spectrum signal, if bin width \Delta l, this in principle decreases Nl by a factor of 1/sqrt(\Delta l).

Now, in (S/N)^2 should we replace the sum over multipoles with the sum over bin centers?