The Electromagnetic Spectrum


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The Electromagnetic Spectrum
John Norgard 1011304The Electromagnetic Spectrum
<emphasis role="bold">Introduction</emphasis> The electromagnetic (EM) spectrum consists of all forms of EM radiation—EM waves (radiant energy) propagating through space, from DC to light to gamma rays. The EM spectrum can be arranged in order of frequency and/or wavelength into a number of regions, usually wide in extent, within which the EM waves have s…
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Jerry Whitaker; Blair Benson: Standard Handbook of Audio Engineering, Second Edition. The Electromagnetic Spectrum, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2001), AccessEngineering Export