Signal recognition and background suppression by matched filters and neural networks for Tunka-Rex

8 Dec 2018D. ShipilovP. A. BezyazeekovN. M. BudnevD. ChernykhO. FedorovO. A. GressA. HaungsR. HillerT. HuegeY. KazarinaM. KleifgesE. E. KorostelevaD. KostuninL. A. KuzmichevV. LenokN. LubsandorzhievT. MarshalkinaR. MonkhoevE. OsipovaA. PakhorukovL. PankovV. V. ProsinF. G. SchröderA. Zagorodnikov

The Tunka Radio Extension (Tunka-Rex) is a digital antenna array, which measures the radio emission of the cosmic-ray air-showers in the frequency band of 30-80 MHz. Tunka-Rex is co-located with TAIGA experiment in Siberia and consists of 63 antennas, 57 of them are in a densely instrumented area of about 1 km\textsuperscript{2}... (read more)

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