Microwaves and radio waves, Physics

Microwaves and Radio waves:

Microwaves are produced by high frequency electromagnetic oscillators in electric circuits. Microwaves are electromagnetic waves with wavelengths in the range 10 m m to 10 m.

Radio waves are produced by accelerated electrons in suitable electronic circuits. Radio waves have wavelengths from 1m to 100km.

 

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