Broad Band Properties of Radio Loud Emission Line AGN
Recent BeppoSAX observations of bright radio galaxies (3C 390.3, Cen A,
3C 382, 3C 111)
have shown that there is a considerable variety of spectral properties
among radio galaxies and important differences with respect
to Seyfert galaxies.
The cold material responsible for the fluorescent iron line
and for the reflection hump seem to be absent in some radio loud
AGN or, if present, not necessarily near to the primary X-ray source.
In other cases, featureless spectra seem to suggest
a substantial contribution from the jet to the observed X-ray emission.
We present here a systematic and extensive analysis of a
large sample of radio-loud emission line AGN extracted by
the BeppoSAX public archive and discuss
possible physical or geometrical reasons responsible of
the observed differences.
File translated from TEX by TTH, version 2.32.
On 16 Jul 1999, 09:19.