electromagnetic spectrum

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Electromagnetic spectrum management policies have evolved during the course of the last 100 years through a series of economic and political events.
We've created approaches that open a previously untapped portion of the electromagnetic spectrum for consumer use and life-saving medical applications," said Dr.
Learn about the electromagnetic spectrum and how specific regions of the spectrum are being used in airport scanners.
A domain characterized by the use of electronics and the electromagnetic spectrum to store, modify, and exchange data via networked systems and associated physical infrastructures.
The TravelIR uses mid-infrared spectroscopy to cover the "fingerprint" region of the electromagnetic spectrum, Rein explained.
Scientists from Leeds University in the UK have developed a device which utilises terahertz waves - between microwaves and infra red on the electromagnetic spectrum - to 'see through' solid materials.
There have been times when doing free radio has meant evading the electromagnetic spectrum altogether, as with the Jamaican soundtracks that played music beloved in the island's poor communities but absent from the official airwaves; or the street DJs who invented hip-hop, mixing disks with a ferocious eclecticism that would have shocked even the most experimental freeform disc jockey of the hippie days.
ABSTRACT: Haunt phenomena, including recurrent spontaneous psychokinesis (RSPK), continue to be linked to the electromagnetic spectrum.
Researchers at NIST have demonstrated the effectiveness of photostimulable image plates for recording spectra in the far ultraviolet region of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Light that is visible to the human eye occupies an extremely small part of the electromagnetic spectrum.
DBS is sometimes known as L-Band, the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum with frequencies between 950-2,150 MHz.
In the past 50 years, astronomers supplemented conventional telescopes - the familiar kind that magnify what our eyes can see - with telescopes using parts of the electromagnetic spectrum people can't see directly: infrared, radio, X and gamma rays, as examples.
Observers are scrambling to find counterparts to the X-ray source in other regions of the electromagnetic spectrum.
The electromagnetic spectrum is divided into different color regions that are used for interpreting different natural resources.
X-rays, however, are part of the electromagnetic spectrum, as are microwaves and visible, infrared and ultraviolet light.
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