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A comparison of LOFAR4SW to other solar physics or space weather radio instruments. The bottom edge indicates frequency, wavelength, and International Telecommunication Union (ITU) designated name of each frequency band. The top of the graphic indicates the heliospheric domain that such frequencies generally give observational access to. The graphic on the right indicates the observational technique that the instruments use. The bubble for each instrument indicates its frequency range. Instruments in blue are solar/heliosphere/ionosphere dedicated, while those in grey can observe the Sun but are not (will not be) dedicated instruments. Specific details of each instrument are given in Table 1.

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