radio frequency meaning
- Noun: radio frequency 'reydee`ow'freekwunsee
- An electromagnetic wave frequency between audio and infrared
Derived forms: radio frequencies
Part of: electromagnetic spectrum
Encyclopedia: Radio frequency
1. Consisting of, or pertaining to, alternating currents at frequencies above about 9 kHz (the lowest allocated radio communications frequency).
2. Consisting of, or pertaining to, electromagnetic fields whose wavelengths are longer than those of infrared, but shorter than about 33 kilometers (corresponding to a frequency of 9 kHz). Also see RADIO SPECTRUM.
n : any of the electromagnetic wave frequencies that lie in a range extending from below 3 kilohertz to about 300 gigahertz and that include the frequencies used in radio and television transmission
<hardware> (RFID) Small radio transponders or "tags" designed to be attached to items like products in a supermarket to allow the items to be identified and tracked by a remote system. Typically an RFID tag includes an integrated circuit that stores data and interfaces to the antenna, allowing the stored data to be retrieved by the remote system.
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- transmission can be done by cable, radio frequency and satellite.
- a wavefront at high radio frequencies or optical frequencies impinging on the atmosphere is distorted.
- c02 type connectors for radio frequency coaxial cables
- c01 type connectors for radio frequency coaxial cables
- c05 type connectors for radio frequency coaxial cables