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radio wave

noun as in electromagnetic wave

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The song reigned over radio waves and the internet for most of 2020, eventually becoming the top Spotify song of the year and the longest-charting radio hit in history.

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Researchers have seen evidence of such high-energy, short-range discharges in pulses of radio waves from thunderstorms detected by ground-based antennas.

Before the case of the missing matter can be closed, though, more of these bright blasts of radio waves need to be examined.

They send out radio waves that bounce back when they hit an object.

Smaller telescopes might need to watch a target for several hours to collect enough radio waves for analysis.

Human thought is an etheric wave of the same essential nature as the radio wave.

Time and again he sent messages on 600, a radio wave length reserved to coast and ship service alone.

Winford turned to the communication board and cut in the universal radio wave.

Even thought, they believe, operates somewhat like a very short radio wave.

There was a simple mechanism in the cartridge that allowed us to release the spores by a radio wave from our ship.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to radio wave, such as: microwave, electromagnetic radiation, and frequency wave.

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