Radio Communications

Although monitoring the sky for radio signals has long been a search strategy for SETI, radio is also a possible candidate for communication between civilizations, their settlements and their probes or spacecraft. Radio is a less information dense medium for data than lasers or x-rays, and may therefore only be advantageous as a communications technology for unknown recipients.

Detectability

  • Detecting radio signals over large distances represents a challenge due to the scattering effect of longer wavelengths and the background noise of other naturally occurring radio emmissions.

Research

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International Journal of Astrobiology
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
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The Astrophysical Journal
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Astrobiology
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Acta Astronautica
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Shane Smith, Danny C Price, Sofia Z Sheikh et al. (15-Nov-2021)
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International Journal of Astrobiology
(14-Aug-2021)
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
(2-Aug-2021)
The Astrophysical Journal
(28-Jul-2021)
Astrobiology
(16-Jul-2021)
(15-Jul-2021)
Acta Astronautica
(15-Jul-2021)