radio radiation

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: radiation - an electromagnetic wave with a wavelength between 0.5 cm to 30,000 mradio radiation - an electromagnetic wave with a wavelength between 0.5 cm to 30,000 m
electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetic wave, nonparticulate radiation - radiation consisting of waves of energy associated with electric and magnetic fields resulting from the acceleration of an electric charge
sky wave - a radio wave that is reflected back to earth by the ionosphere or a communications satellite; permits transmission around the curve of the earth's surface
ground wave - a radio wave propagated on or near the earth's surface
radio signal - a radio wave used to transmit and receive messages
radio spectrum, radio-frequency spectrum - the entire spectrum of electromagnetic frequencies used for communications; includes frequencies used for radio and radar and television
carrier wave, carrier - a radio wave that can be modulated in order to transmit a signal
short wave - a radio wave with a wavelength less than 100 meters (a frequency greater than 3 megahertz)
medium wave - a radio wave with a wavelength between 100 and 1000 meters (a frequency between 300 kilohertz and 3000 kilohertz)
long wave - a radio wave with a wavelength longer than a kilometer (a frequency below 300 kilohertz)
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran has indigenized equipment used for measuring radio radiation from telecommunication antennas, Director of Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) Hossein Fallah announced.
An unknown radio engineer, who wanted to investigate radio interference caused by thunderstorms, discovered in 1932 that radio radiation reaches the earth from the centre of the Milky Way system.
"I found that, indeedf, as you go further away from the Earth, the amount of radio radiation for a given amont of infrared radiation falls," Lerner says.