Novalike cataclysmic variables are significant radio emitters

@article{Coppejans2015NovalikeCV,
  title={Novalike cataclysmic variables are significant radio emitters},
  author={Deanne L. Coppejans and Elmar G. Koerding and James C. A. Miller-Jones and Michael Perry Rupen and Christian Knigge and Gregory R. Sivakoff and Paul J. Groot},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={451},
  pages={3801-3813}
}
Radio emission from non-magnetic cataclysmic variables (CVs, accreting white dwarfs) could allow detailed studies of outflows and possibly accretion flows in these nearby, numerous and non-relativistic compact accretors. Up to now, however, very few CVs have been detected in the radio. We have conducted a Very Large Array pilot survey of four close and optically bright novalike CVs at 6 GHz, detecting three, and thereby doubling the number of radio detections of these systems. TT Ari, RW Sex… 

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