Radio wave

radio wave

(Science: physics) electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths of 300 millimetres or longer (even up to several kilometres). Radiation of this type is used to broadcast radio and television signals, and has frequencies up to thousands of megahertz (or one gigahertz).

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