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Radio Observations of the γ-Ray Blazar 0528+134

  • M. Pohl (a1), W. Reich (a2), T. P. Krichbaum (a2), K. Standke (a2), S. Britzen (a2), H. P. Reuter (a2), P. Reich (a2), R. Schlickeiser (a2), H. Ungerechts (a3), R. L. Fiedler (a4), E. B. Waltman (a4), K. J. Johnston (a5) and F. D. Ghigo (a6)...

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We report multifrequency observations of the γ-ray blazar 0528+134 with the Effelsberg 100-m telescope, the IRAM 30-m telescope at Pico Veleta and the NRL Green Bank Interferometer. The observing methods are described elsewhere (Reich et al., 1993; Pohl et al., 1995). The radio lightcurves are given in Fig.1 in comparison to the status of 0528+134 in the EGRET energy range. The uncertainties in the flux densities quoted there are less than 5% at 10.55 GHz and lower frequencies, while slightly exceeding this value at 32 GHz and 86 GHz.

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