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The results of the SLAC T-510 experiment have been accepted for publication in PRL. Have a look at the arXiv or the journal webpage.

Radio detection has great potential to cross-calibrate cosmic-ray detectors worldwide, as we show in a recent article accepted for publication in Physical Review Letters.

We have published an article on the use of radio pulses from commercial airplanes to achieve a nanosecond-level time synchronization for antennas of AERA. Check it out on the arXiv or the JINST webpage.

A high-precision analysis of LOFAR published in Nature has revealed a strong component of light particles in the energy range from 1017 to 1017.5 eV. Particle identification from the radio measurements relied on simulations with CoREAS.

I have written a comprehensive review article about radio detection of cosmic rays for Physics Reports. Have a look at the arXiv or on the PLREP webpage.