infrared frequency

Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for infrared frequency

the infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum

References in periodicals archive ?
By comparison, the number of FM radio stations that could broadcast within the human infrared frequency band given in Figure 9 would be 8,500 with no overlapping interference from adjacent stations (Ruppert 1956).
Chen, "Modeling electrical properties of gold films at infrared frequency using FDTD method," International Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Waves, vol.
The infrared frequency band is the largest part of the electromagnetic spectrum, occupying some 17 octaves, in contrast to the single octave in the visible spectrum.
In practical terms, third generation anti-aircraft missiles employ two distinct infrared frequency hands (BI :2-3m and BII 3-5m) to achieve guidance to target.
As a measure of the strength of the hydrogen bonding interaction by infrared frequency shifts in the hydroxyl stretching region, we noted that the frequency shift of the carbonyl bound silanol stretching band from the free silanol band is about 91 [cm.sup.-1] which is much less than that due to the self-associated hydrogen bonds of the dimethylsilanols (187 [cm.sup.-1] for PVPDMS-4 and 290 [cm.sup.-1] for PVPDMS-34).