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Radio Detection of Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays

@article{Falcke2008RadioDO,
  title={Radio Detection of Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays},
  author={Heino Falcke and for the Clas collaboration Old Dominion University and Nijmegen and Astron. and Dwingeloo},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2008},
  volume={6},
  pages={79-93}
}
The radio technique for the detection of cosmic particles has seen a major revival in recent years. New and planned experiments in the lab and the field, such as GLUE, Anita, LUNASKA, Codalema, LOPES as well as sophisticated Monte Carlo experiments have produced a wealth of new information and I review here briefly some of the main results with the main focus on air showers. Radio emission of ultra-high energy cosmic particles offers a number of interesting advantages. Since radio waves suffer… 
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