optical fiber is the transmission medium that is used by wireless communication or radio waves.
a wave. Electromagnetic waves (such as light or radio waves) do not need a medium to travel through. Mechanical waves (such as sound waves) require a medium (matter) to travel through.
Electromagnetic waves are the medium that carries sound the fastest. Examples include the radio waves.
Vacuum is not a medium. Considering waves, mechanical waves require a medium (such as air) to travel. Electromagnetic waves (such as visible light and radio waves) do not require a medium, and are the only waves (that we know of) that can travel through a vacuum. I have heard of a gravity wave, which may be a third type of wave. I don't know much about them. These would also travel through a vacuum.
Any wave needs a medium to travel through. A mechanical wave needs matter. In the case of electromagnetic waves, no matter is required; empty space is the medium in this case.
These are medium, low and very low frequency radio waves as well as ultra low, super low and extremely low frequency waves.
No. Radio waves are a type of electromagnetic waves; electroctromagnetic waves are transverse waves.
No. Radio waves are a type of electromagnetic waves.
The spring is their medium.
Radio waves are a type of electromagnetic wave.
The waves that propagate through particles of a medium are mechanical waves (aka waves of vibration).
Radio waves is electromagnetic waves, with wavelengths of 1 millimeter or more.
Unlike waves in water, for example, light waves don't require a medium at all. They can (and do) travel through a complete vacuum, for example. If you'd like to read about this, the wikipedia article on light, and also on 'The Aether' will be of interest.
Mechanical waves require a medium
Waves like sound waves require a medium (Matter... Ex. air or water) To travel through. Light waves, gravity waves, x-rays, heat, and radio waves are all EM (electromagnetic) waves, and can in a vacuum.
The monitoring device is a radio transmitter that sends signals to the radio transmitter. Radio waves are a type of Electromagnetic waves.
the type of humans use radio waves are rich people
A different type of waves, sound.
All types require a medium. Light waves require the free space medium, z= h/Q2 .
Classical physics would suggest electromagnetic(i.e. light, radio, x-rays) waves, gravitational waves - but some modern theoretical physicists might disagree!
Energy waves include sub folders
there are no waves that can travel without a medium, that why waves don't exsist in space.
Radio waves in electromagnetic waves/water waves
A mechanical wave requires a medium to pass through. There are transverse waves which do require a medium for their transmission. For example, water waves.