This paper reviews several aspects of the study of radio emission from Galactic Supernova Remnants (SNRs). The detection of radio emission from SNRs is the most important method for identification of SNRs, and the limitations imposed by selection effects on subsequent statistical studies are discussed. Also discussed are the spectral properties of SNRs, both their integrated spectra, and the evidence for spectral variations across the face of remnants.
The Universe at Low Radio Frequencies
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