On the phenomenology of tachyon radiation

@article{Folman1995OnTP,
  title={On the phenomenology of tachyon radiation},
  author={Ron Folman and Erasmo Recami},
  journal={Foundations of Physics Letters},
  year={1995},
  volume={8},
  pages={127-134}
}
We present a brief overview of the different kinds of electromagnetic radiations expected to come from (or to be induced by) space-like sources (tachyons). New domains of radiation are here considered, and the possibility of experimental observation of tachyons via electromagnetic radiation is discussed. 
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