Published in "Extragalactic Background Radiation", Space
Telescope Science Institute Symposium Series 7, 1995, eds. D. Calzetti,
M. Livio and P. Madau
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Abstract. A brief survey is presented of the extragalactic background radiation in the radio, centimeter and millimeter wavebands, excluding the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation. Little progress has been made in the study of the long wavelength radio background radiation over recent years. At millimeter wavelengths, the possibility of searching for the strongly redshifted far-infrared luminosity associated with the first generations of star formation in young galaxies is discussed.
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