High-mountain hybrid installation for multicomponent detection of air-showers induced by ultra-high energy cosmic rays
S. Shinbulatov*, N. Saduyev, D. Beznosko, O. Kalikulov, V. Zhukov, Y. Mukhamejanov, D. Kostunin, B. Karibayev, T. Namazbayev, A. Baktoraz, N. Yerezhep, S. Utey, A. Zhumabayev, P.A. Bezyazeekov and O. Fedorov
July 31, 2021
March 18, 2022
In this work, we discuss deployment of a new setup of high-frequency antennas for detection of air showers. It is considered to employ two types of high-frequency antennas for the new setup, the first type of antenna is the SALLA type, which is used in the Tunka-Rex experiment, and the second type is a narrow-radiational high-frequency Uda-Yagi antenna. The comparison of radiation patterns, frequency range and noise level in the mountains and at the university altitude levels is presented.
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