A type of electromagnetic radiation that has a wavelength between 1 mm and 30 cm.
A very unenergetic wavelength, or frequency, of light. Microwaves are a type of radio radiation, meaning that they are less energetic than infrared radiation. They are not harmful to life because they are not strong enough to ionize atoms or destroy cells. While the Earth's atmosphere shields us from some microwave radiation, it does allow some frequencies to pass through. Astronomers study these microwaves with large radio telescopes or antennas, which resemble giant satellite dishes.
(see also cosmic background radiation).
Invisible electromagnetic waves in the region between infrared and short-wave radio wavelengths. Gives false anomaly readings to EMF devices.
A part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Microwaves are the highest frequency radio waves. Radar's operate in the microwave frequency of radiation.
electromagnetic radiation which comprises the highest frequency radio energy.
A high-frequency electromagnetic wave, one millimeter to one meter in wavelength, between infrared (heat) and short-wave radio wavelengths.
Radiation between radio and infrared wavelengths, having a wavelength between about 0.1 and 10 cm. [More Info
the region of the electromagnetic spectrum defined by radiation (photons) with wavelengths between 0.001 and 1 meter or energies between one millionth and one thousandth of an eV; this waveband is the step above radio in terms of energy
Form of electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength between 0.1 to 100 centimeters.
Electromagnetic radiation generally in the frequency range between 300 MHz and 300 GHz (free-space wavelengths between 1 and 1000 mm). Within these frequencies lie the UHF, SHF, and EHF radio frequency bands. Radars operate at microwave frequencies.