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radio-frequency

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to electromagnetic radiation in the radio frequency band of the spectrum.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The users of Somnus-Neu beds are assigned RFID (radio-frequency identification) cards and granted access to a website where they can input their appointment and travel schedule, contact numbers, meeting notes and media preferences.

    PeoplePad – Multimedia Furniture with Hi-Tech Functions

  • U.S. Technology that permits two or more networks or applications to share the same radio-frequency band by using channels when they are idle.

    2010 Technology Innovation Winners

  • U.S.: Technology that permits two or more networks or applications to share the same radio-frequency band by using channels when they are idle.

    The Winners, Category by Category

  • This week the International Agency for Research on Cancer, a respected WHO panel, touched off a media bonfire with its declaration that the radio-frequency electromagnetic fields that cellphones emit are "possibly carcinogenic to humans."

    The Cellphone Panic

  • SAR stands for “specific absorption rate,” which is a measure of the rate of radio-frequency energy absorbed by the body.

    FCC changes position on cell phone radiation and safety guidelines

  • The same may be said of WikiLeaks' release of a classified report describing the radio-frequency jammers used in Iraq by American soldiers to cut off signals to remotely detonated explosives.

    Don't Cry for Julian Assange

  • On Wednesday, Sen. Herb Kohl, a Wisconsin Democrat and chairman of the Senate Antitrust Subcommittee, said he would hold a hearing on the marketing deal, as well as Verizon Wireless's recent agreements to buy radio-frequency licenses from several cable companies.

    Verizon Wireless-Comcast Deal Meets Political Resistance

  • Qantas The system, built around radio-frequency ID cards RFID, is similar to toll tags used on highways and bridges.

    The Trump Card at Check-In

  • An EMP is a high-intensity burst of electromagnetic energy generated by geomagnetic storms often called space weather or by nuclear and radio-frequency weapons.

    James Jay Carafano: New York Times Turns Blind Eye to EMP Threat

  • Hotels experimenting with permanent keys tend to be using what's known as online lock systems with radio-frequency identification RFID technology.

    Hotels Encourage Guests to Throw Away Their Keys

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