internet broadband is probably the best useful example of this. We can also send radio signals between devices plugged into sockets on the same circuit in our houses, with the signal sent through the mains wiring.
To transmit electricity for energy use at different frequencies is neither practical or efficient. To handle electricity on the scale of the super grid that serves us, frequencies and voltages need to be harmonized. An example of this is a wind turbine, which converts its varying a.c. supply to d.c. then back to a.c. at the correct frequency to be useful to the system it is connected to.
To say that you cannot transmit electricity wirelessly is completely wrong. You can actually transmit electricity through the air by magnetic field through a mechanism called "inductive coupling" or "resonance coupling" over short distances. Over long distances, you can convert it to microwaves. However, it has not become popular due to various reasons.
Yes. The various landers on Mars all use electricity.
Animal and insect bites can transmit diseases from the host to another animal or human, including bacterial and viral diseases, such as malaria, rabies, and various fevers.
Different types of mosquitoes and flies have been known to transmit various pathogens for diseases. Common ones are Yellow Fever and West Nile virus.
There are several places where someone could compare the electricity price offered by various UK suppliers. Websites such as, money.co.uk, and ukpower, both compare prices of various electricity providers in the UK.
radio stations operating at various frequencies.
A battery does not produce electricity, it stores electricity. There are many different battery types and they store electricity by various chemical means. Basically, there are wet and dry types of batteries.
A power source
A site or downloaded program that lets you sign in to and simultaneously control multiple chat logons you have with various programs.
They differ in all of the following, which are related to one another:* Frequency* Energy per photon (directly proportional to frequency)* Wavelength (inversely proportional to frequency)
You can compare the costs of electricity by contacting various electricity providers for quotes. You can also visit their official sites to obtain a quote to compare.
It may be due to finding of various other methods.
Because Urine is made up mostly of water, and contains various salts. A saline solution can conduct electricity
cochlea of ear perceive and respond to various frequencies in sound...
I know for a fact that skin and water are great conductors of electricity. Other conductors are copper and various other metals.
A network that can transmit data wirelessly is called WiFi. WiFi uses radio waves to transmit data between computers and across networks. There are various different WiFi types, namely A, G, and N.
One can compare prices of various cars, such as an Aurora, at sites such as the confused website or money savers website. Both allow one to easily compare cars simultaneously .
Human beings generate, transmit, and receive radio waves, for various purposes,in the range of roughly 60 KHz to 300 GHz.There is a system of formal designation of radio, corresponding to decades (10 times)of frequency/wavelength. You'll recognize some of the abbreviations, like VHF and UHF:Very Low Frequency (VLF)3 - 30 KHz100,000 - 10,000 metersLow Frequency (LF)30 - 300 KHz10,000 - 1,000 metersMedium Frequency (MF)300 KHz - 3 MHz1,000 - 100 metersHigh Frequency (HF)3 - 30 MHz100 - 10 metersVery High Frequency (VHF)30 - 300 MHz10 - 1 meterUltra High Frequency (UHF)300 MHz - 3 GHz1 meter - 10 cmSuper High Frequency (SHF)3 - 30 GHz10 - 1 cmExtreme High Frequency (EHF)30 - 300 GHz1 cm - 1 mm
The Energy Of photon is given byE = hνwhere h = planks constantν = frequency of rayas sun rays are combination of various frequency waves, the energy of each photon is dependent upon the frequency or wavelength of rays.