Infrared-faint radio sources are at high redshifts: Spectroscopic redshift determination of infrared-faint radio sources using the Very Large Telescope
Context. Infrared-faint radio sources (IFRS) are characterised by relatively high radio flux densities and associated faint or even absent infrared and optical counterparts. The resulting extremely high radio-to-infrared flux density ratios up to several
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