Asked in Radio
What is the wavelength of and AM radio wave in a vacuum if its freqency is 810 kilhertz?
Wavelength = speed/frequency = 299,792,458/810,000 = 370.114 meters. It makes no difference whether it's AM, FM, TV, 256QAM, modulated, or CW. ...
Calculate the wavelength of microwaves of frequency 30000000000?
The formula related to frequency and wavelength is Wavelength = 300000000 / Frequency (f) Wavelength = 300000000 / 30000000000 Wavelength = 1/100 Wavelength = 0.01 meter OR Wavelength = 10 milimeter ...
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Electromagnetic Radiation
What are 5 different types of electromagnetic radiation?
Five different names for electromagnetic radiation, depending on its wavelength, are . . . -- TV broadcast -- microwaves -- heat -- red light -- X-rays. There is nothing different about them other than their wavelength. -- ...
Asked in Earth Sciences, Electromagnetic Radiation
What types of waves are found in electromagnetic spectrum?
Radio waves, television waves, and microwaves are all types of electromagnetic waves. They differ from each other in wavelength. Wavelength is the distance between one wave crest to the next. ...
What is wavelength of radio with a frequency of 90.7 MHz?
wavelength=velocity x frequency wavelength=3x108 x 90.7x103 wavelength=272.1x1011 ...
Asked in Physics, Electromagnetic Radiation, Radio
Is the wavelengths of radio waves are much longer than the wavelength of microwaves?
"Microwaves" are radio waves. The wavelengths of the signals used to broadcast radio and TV to household and automotive radio and TV products are longer than the wavelengths of the signals used for point-to-point microwave communication. They're also longer than the electromagnetic energy used in the microwave oven to cook a turkey in 13 seconds, and longer than the wavelength of the signals to the GPS receiver in your car. They're also longer than the wavelength used to operate your cellphone, and longer than the wavelength of...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Physics, Energy
A wave travels at a velocity of 4.0 ms and has a frequency of 3.5 hz what is the wavelength?
velocity = frequency x wavelength 4 = 3.5 x wavelength wavelength = 4/3.5 wavelength = 1.14285714 ...
Can you find volocity if you have wavelength and frequency?
Wavelength = Velocity / Frequency So, Velocity = Wavelength * Frequency