UX Arietis is an active binary system with an orbital period of 6.44 days. The presence of long lasting large spots on the surface of the more active star has been deduced from optical observations (Vogt & Hatzes 1991).
The observations presented here have been performed from December 1992 until October 1994 using the Effelsberg 100 m telescope. The instrument was available for this program in the gaps between previously scheduled observations. For this reason our observations span a frequency interval between 1.4 GHz (21 cm) and 43 GHz (7 mm), depending on the scheduled receiver at each observing time. These data, which are an extension of those published by Neidhöfer et al. (1993), are shown in Fig. 1, plotted in terms of the known orbital period (6.44 days). The search for different periodicities (by using the Phase Dispersion Minimization method) has shown the existence of two main other periods: at 156 days and at 24 days (Massi et al., in preparation).