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Recent results from CODALEMA and the Nançay radio facilities related to cosmic-ray measurements

Abstract : Since 2003, the Nançay Radio Observatory hosts the CODALEMA experiment, dedicated to radio detection of cosmic ray induced extensive air showers. CODALEMA also features the R&D EXTASIS project, aiming at detecting the low- frequency signal ([2-6] MHz) produced at the sudden disappearance of the air shower particles hitting the ground. The 3 current antenna arrays present different antenna den- sity and extent, and can be operated in a joint mode to record simultaneously the radio signal coming from air showers. Therefore, the Nançay facilities may offer a complete description of the air shower induced electric field at small, medium and large scale, and over an unique and very wide frequency band (from ∼ 2 to 200 MHz).
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Richard Dallier, Didier Charrier, L. Denis, Antony Escudie, F. Gaté, et al.. Recent results from CODALEMA and the Nançay radio facilities related to cosmic-ray measurements. 7th International Conference on Acoustic and Radio EeV Neutrino Detection - ARENA2016, Jun 2016, Groningen, Netherlands. 6 p., ⟨10.1051/epjconf/201713501002⟩. ⟨hal-01448291⟩

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