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As a radio frequency emitted by the Wydens draws the rapidly growing, destructive creatures to Chicago, the trio follows in hot pursuit, and the military starts closing in as well.
The magnetic field will convert the axions into photons, and because the axions are very light, those photons will have very low radio frequencies and should provide an ultra-faint radio hum at a distinct frequency.
When the pulses from the two lasers do overlap, two additional radio frequencies appear: these two new frequencies correspond to the separation between the colors from the two different lasers.
The tiny, grain-of-rice-size RFID (radio frequency identification) chip opens doors with a wave of your hand in front of a chip reader.
But details of the agreement, circulated in Ghana, include giving Americans access to Ghanaian radio frequencies and an airport runway among other things.
The resonators, meanwhile, act like antennas, picking up and transmitting ambient radio frequencies.
His first major success was a company that made radio frequency components for telecoms networks.
Electrodes pulse radio frequency waves through the shells, targeting the space between the white and yolk where salmonella dwells.
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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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