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Low-frequency radio spectra of submillimetre galaxies in the Lockman Hole
We investigate the radio properties of a sample of 53 sources selected at 850 $\mu$m from the SCUBA-2 Cosmology Legacy Survey using new deep, low-frequency radio imaging of the Lockman Hole field from the Low Frequency ...
The LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey Deep fields: : The star formation rate - radio luminosity relation at low frequencies
In this paper, we investigate the relationship between 150 MHz luminosity and the star-formation rate - the SFR-L150 MHz relation - using 150 MHz measurements for a near-infrared selected sample of 118 517 z < 1 galaxies. ...
The bright end of the infrared luminosity functions and the abundance of hyperluminous infrared galaxies
We provide the most accurate estimate yet of the bright end of the infrared (IR) luminosity functions (LFs) and the abundance of hyperluminous IR galaxies (HLIRGs) with IR luminosities > 10^13 L_solar, thanks to the ...
The LOFAR Two Meter Sky Survey : Deep Fields Data Release 1, I -- Direction-dependent calibration and imaging
The Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) is an ideal instrument to conduct deep extragalactic surveys. It has a large field of view and is sensitive to large scale and compact emission. It is, however, very challenging to synthesize ...
The LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey: Deep Fields: : II. The ELAIS-N1 LOFAR deep field
The LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey (LoTSS) will cover the full northern sky and, additionally, aims to observe the LoTSS deep fields to a noise level of ~10 microJy/bm over several tens of square degrees in areas that have the ...
The LOFAR Two Metre Sky Survey: Deep Fields Data Release 1. III. Host-galaxy identifications and value added catalogues
We present the source associations, cross-identifications, and multi-wavelength properties of the faint radio source population detected in the deep tier of the LOFAR Two Metre Sky Survey (LoTSS): the LoTSS Deep Fields. ...