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Magnetized giant exoplanets in close orbits around their host star are expected to be strong nonthermal radio emitters. The anticipated radio flux is strong enough to allow its detection on Earth using the next generation of instruments. However, the measured quantity will not be the planetary radio flux but the sum of planetary and stellar emission. We compare the expected stellar and planetary radio signal for stellar systems of different ages. Solar-like stellar wind parameters as well asdoi:10.1051/0004-6361:20041976 fatcat:dzas6gdgwfec5akybrhdtp2kfu