After the experiment it became apparent that there are no radio signals in the low frequency range.
Rapid radio space (FRB) is the signals that come from an unknown source in deep space. They were registered only in 2007. Since that time, several dozens of such outbreaks have been documented.
It is thought that FRB is the consequences of the event with the release of large amounts of energy. They last only a few milliseconds and hardly identify the source of their origin.
A team of researchers from the Australian Painting Museum, led by Marcin Sokolowski found that FRB is not observed at low frequencies. The researchers sent the same patch of sky two telescopes: MWA and CSIRO Australian SKA Pathfinder. The latter was used to detect dozens of deep-space signals, which wrote in the journal Nature. But then ASKAP has discovered a new FRB, the other did not see the telescope anything.
"When ASPAP sees these extremely bright events, and MWA no, we say there's something really unexpected. Or fast radio space that is not transmitted at low frequencies, or the signals block the road to the ground," says Sokolowski.
Researchers could track a FRB of dwarf axes three billion light years from the earth. The signal was repeated which is very unusual. All other FRB were once-only events and tracked they worked.