We perform Monte Carlo calculation to determine the radiation spectra from magnetized, low angular momentum accretion flow. Magneto-hydrodynamical simulation (with angular momentum parameter lambda of about 2 Rg c) was performed by Proga & Begelman 2003. Because simulation neglect radiative cooling, we compute electron temperature separately, including ohmic heating, parametrized with small δ coefficient, ion-electron coupling, radiative cooling and advection. Radiation spectra are obtained taking into account, thermal synchrotron and bremsstrahlung radiation, self absorption and Comptonization processes.
We show which parts of the flow are responsible for characteristic spectral features and how the spectrum changes in different accretion states. We compare our results with Galactic Center black hole radiation spectra, where low angular momentum accretion is suggested. Accretion state changes seems to be a promising model for the flaring behavior of Galactic Center black hole. We also show the radiation intensity maps in radio and X-rays energy band for viewing angle i = 90°.