The LOPES experiment—Recent results, status and perspectives

  title={The LOPES experiment—Recent results, status and perspectives},
  author={T. Huege and for the Star Collaboration},
  journal={Nuclear Instruments \& Methods in Physics Research Section A-accelerators Spectrometers Detectors and Associated Equipment},
  • T. Huege, F. T. Collaboration
  • Published 2 September 2010
  • Physics
  • Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section A-accelerators Spectrometers Detectors and Associated Equipment
Cosmic ray measurements with LOPES: Status and recent results
LOPES is a digital antenna array at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, for cosmic-ray air-shower measurements. Triggered by the co-located KASCADE-Grande air-shower array, LOPES detects
Final results of the LOPES radio interferometer for cosmic-ray air showers
LOPES, the LOFAR prototype station, was an antenna array for cosmic-ray air showers operating from 2003 2013 within the KASCADE-Grande experiment. Meanwhile, the analysis is finished and the data of
Experimental evidence for the sensitivity of the air-shower radio signal to the longitudinal shower development
We observe a correlation between the slope of radio lateral distributions, and the mean muon pseudorapidity of 59 individual cosmic-ray-air-shower events. The radio lateral distributions are measured
Overview of radio detection of cosmic ray air showers in the MHz range, and prospects for a large scale experiment
Since its revival in the last decade, radio detection of cosmic ray air showers has made tremendous progress. Today, several experiments are routinely detecting radio sig- nals associated with air
New measurements of cosmic ray air showers with the digital radio interferometer LOPES
LOPES is a digital radio interferometer which measures the radio emission of extensive cosmic ray air showers. It mainly consists of 30 dipole antennas installed in co-location with KASCADE-Grande at
Results of a self-triggered prototype system for radio-detection of extensive air showers at the Pierre Auger Observatory
We describe the experimental setup and the results of RAuger, a small radio-antenna array, consisting of three fully autonomous and self-triggered radio-detection stations, installed close to the
Detecting cosmic rays with the LOFAR radio telescope
The low frequency array (LOFAR), is the first radio telescope designed with the capability to measure radio emission from cosmic-ray induced air showers in parallel with interferometric observations.
Radio detection of air showers at the Pierre Auger Observatory
High-energy cosmic rays impinging onto the atmosphere of the Earth induce cascades of secondary particles: extensive air showers. Many of the particles in a shower are electrons and positrons. The


The KASCADE-Grande Experiment
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  • Physics
  • 2007
KASCADE-Grande is an extensive air shower experiment at Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany. Main parts of the experiment are the Grande array spread over an area of 700 × 700m , the original
Direction identification in radio images of cosmic-ray air showers detected with LOPES and KASCADE
Aims. We want to understand the emission mechanism of radio emission from air showers to determine the origin of high-energy cosmic rays. Therefore, we study the geometry of the air shower radio