# The XXL Survey: XXXI. Classification and host galaxy properties of 2.1 GHz ATCA XXL-S radio sources

@article{Butler2018TheXS,
title={The XXL Survey: XXXI. Classification and host galaxy properties of 2.1 GHz ATCA XXL-S radio sources},
author={A. Butler and M. Huynh and I. Delvecchio and A. Kapińska and P. Ciliegi and N. Jurlin and J. Delhaize and V. Smol{\vc}i{\'c} and S. Desai and S. Fotopoulou and C. Lidman and M. Pierre and M. Plionis},
journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
year={2018}
}
The classification of the host galaxies of the radio sources in the 25 deg$^2$ ultimate XMM extragalactic survey south field (XXL-S) is presented. XXL-S was surveyed at 2.1 GHz with the Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA) and is thus far the largest area radio survey conducted down to rms flux densities of $\sigma \sim 41$ $\mu$Jy beam$^{-1}$. Of the 6287 radio sources in XXL-S, 4758 (75.7%) were cross-matched to an optical counterpart using the likelihood ratio technique. There are 1110… Expand
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