Radio detection of air showers with the ARIANNA experiment on the Ross Ice Shelf

@inproceedings{Barwick2017RadioDO,
  title={Radio detection of air showers with the ARIANNA experiment on the Ross Ice Shelf},
  author={Steven W. Barwick and David Zeke Besson and Alexander Burgman and Edward Chiem and Allan Hallgren and Jonathan C. Hanson and Spencer R. Klein and Stuart Kleinfelder and A Nelles and Christopher Robert Persichilli and Sarah Ramby Phillips and Tejasvi Prakash and Chris Reed and Stephen R. Shively and Jovanan Tatar and Erik Unger and Jim Walker and Gaurang B. Yodh},
  year={2017}
}
The ARIANNA hexagonal radio array (HRA) is an experiment in its pilot phase designed to detect cosmogenic neutrinos of energies above 10 eV. The most neutrino-like background stems from the radio emission of air showers. This article reports on dedicated efforts of simulating and detecting the signals of cosmic rays. A description of the fully radio self-triggered data-set, the properties of the detected air shower signals in the frequency range of 100-500 MHz and the consequences for neutrino… CONTINUE READING

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