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The Le Plur electronic dance music stage is still pointed west, away from civilization, so the possums in the City Park oak trees can enjoy the low frequency sounds (Possums are really into electronica; not everyone knows that).
The Le Plur electronic dance music stage is still pointed west, away from civilization, so the possums in the City Park oak trees can enjoy the low frequency sounds (Possums are really into electronica
Conventional recording devices and tools to measure sound may not pick up very high or low frequencies, such as those above or below what the human ear can hear.
While lower frequencies travel farther, penetrate buildings better and are less prone to interference, millimeter wave bands can deliver much more bandwidth – powering fiber-optic like speeds with imperceptible transmission delays.
As Douglas Quenqua at The New York Times reports, those lower frequencies are often produced by cargo ships, seismic research, wind turbines and pile driving.
While cellphone infrastructure is often knocked out in the wake of a big storm, broadcast signals, which use low frequencies and can travel much further distances and penetrate through obstacles, usually remain up.
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