- Conference date: 26–28 June 2012
- Location: Denver, Colorado, USA
Air showers produced in the interactions of cosmic rays and neutrinos produce radio frequency signals. In the atmosphere the dominant mechanism is geosynchrotron emission, and in dense media such as ice the Askaryan mechanism leads to coherent impulsive Cherenkov emission. Ground-based antenna arrays, balloon-borne interferometers, and buried arrays have been deployed to exploit this mechanism. The status of observations using this technique will be reviewed, and the prospects for future experiments will be discussed.
- Cosmic radio sources
- Cosmic rays
- Antenna arrays
- Cosmic ray interactions
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