Recent Examples of radio frequency from the Web
The lights are synchronized to holiday music that visitors can enjoy from inside their cars by tuning to a specific radio frequency.
The law originally set a 2015 deadline for positive train control, which uses sensors both on the trains and along the tracks, communicating by radio frequencies.
Varelas, who retired from the San Antonio Fire Department as a battalion chief, was one of 200-plus applicants when the radio frequency became available in 2012.
The telescope will observe the asteroid for 10 hours across four bands of radio frequency.
Cooking a whole meal at once It’s based on solid state radio frequency (RF) technology that provides much more precision and control over the radio wave energy being emitted.
After the ambush, American units in the region were forced to change radio frequencies because communications equipment was missing and believed compromised by enemy forces.
Measures taken to deceive NATO, the C.I.A. report said, included leaking fake information on Soviet radio frequencies monitored by the West and planting disinformation through human agents.
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.
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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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