Recent Examples of radio frequency from the Web
Researchers from the University of Kent are testing radio frequency identification tags on cycads that could relay alerts and GPS co-ordinates.
Companies operating satellite broadband networks need spectrum licenses from the FCC, which imposes conditions on the use of radio frequencies to prevent systems from interfering with each other.
Patients have innovative and progressive treatments available at the Spine Center, including acupuncture, epidural injections, platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections, spinal cord simulators, radio frequency ablations, kyphoplasty and more.
Once the structure that holds up the neck has been strengthened, Ultherapy and radio frequency treatments can firm and tighten the skin.
Most wireless products operate in the 2.4-gigahertz (GHz) radio frequency, as do microwave ovens and cordless phones.
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First Known Use of radio frequency
medical Definition of radio-frequency
- a new…procedure that uses radio-frequency heat to collapse veins
- —Tara Parker-Pope
medical Definition of radio frequency
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