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*  Radio Wave Face Lifting, Radio Wave Face Lifting Suppliers and Manufacturers at Alibaba.com
Radio Wave Face Lifting, Wholesale Various High Quality Radio Wave Face Lifting Products from Global Radio Wave Face Lifting Suppliers and Radio Wave Face Lifting Factory,Importer,Exporter at Alibaba.com.
  http://www.alibaba.com/showroom/radio-wave-face-lifting.html
*  W4HM Daily HF Radio Wave Propagation Forecast #95 - Bclnews
my Twitter account at https://twitter.com/GiellaW4hm .. ---------------------------------------. #95 Issued on Thursday April 20, 2017 at 1130 UTC. Global Daily HF Radio Wave Propagation Forecast-. HAMATEUR & SW BROADCAST HF BANDS:. Global generalized HF radio wave propagation conditions are. poor to fair on 10-80 (11-75) meters. NORTHERN HEMISPHERE RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION-. 80-60 (75-60) meters- fair at night and poor at day,. 40-30 (41-25) meters- fair at night and fair at day,. 20-17 (22-16) meters- very poor at night and fair at day,. 15 (13) meters- very poor at night and poor at day,. 12-10 (11) meters- very poor at night and very poor at day.. SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION-. 80-60 (75-60) meters- fair at night and poor at day,. 40-30 (41-25) meters- fair at night and fair at day,. 20-17 (22-16) meters- very poor at night and fair at day,. 15 (13) meters- very poor at night and poor at day,. 12-10 (11) meters- very poor at night and very poor at day.. Received RF signal ...
  http://www.bclnews.it/2017/04/20/w4hm-daily-hf-radio-wave-propagation-forecast-95/
*  W4HM Daily HF Radio Wave Propagation Forecast #138 - Bclnews
critical frequency (FoF2).. Global Daily HF Radio Wave Propagation Forecast-. HAMATEUR & SW BROADCAST HF BANDS-. NORTHERN HEMISPHERE RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION-. 80-60 (75-60) meters- poor to fair at night and very poor at day,. 40-30 (41-25) meters- fair at night and poor at day,. 20-17 (22-15) meters- fair at night and fair at day,. 15 (13) meters- poor at night and fair at day,. 12(11) meters- very poor at night and poor to fair at day.. 10 (11) meters- very poor at night and poor at day.. SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION-. 80-60 (75-60) meters- good at night and poor at day,. 40-30 (41-25) meters- good at night and fair at day,. 20-17 (22-15) meters- very poor at night and good at day,. 15 (13) meters- very poor at night and fair to good at day,. 12 (11) meters- very poor at night and fair at day.. 10 (11) meters- very poor at night and poor at day.. Received RF signal strength scale-. Very Good- +1 over S9 Or ...
  http://www.bclnews.it/2017/05/18/w4hm-daily-hf-radio-wave-propagation-forecast-138/
*  What is the difference between radio waves&cell phone waves | www.QACollections.com
Cell phone signals are transmitted through the medium of electromagnetic waves. The types of waves that make up the electromagnetic spectrum include (in part) radio waves, microwaves, infrared waves and visible light waves.DefinitionA "cell phone wave," if you want to call it that, is actually a microwave encoded with a cell phone signal.DistinctionRadio waves have longer wavelengths but shorter frequencies as compared to microwaves. Microwaves also contain more energy than radio waves.Frequency RangesRadio waves are the lowest part of the electromagnetic spectrum. The radio wave frequencies range from approximately 1 hertz to 300 megahert...
  http://www.qacollections.com/What-causes-waves
*  NSA Uses Radio Waves To Spy On International Computers - Redorbit
Enid Burns for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online. The National Security Agency (NSA) is doing more than monitoring email, cell phone calls and internet browsing. The US agency has infiltrated around 100,000 computers outside of the United States to monitor activities, and uses radio waves to retrieve data from those systems.. Radio waves are a "secret technology" used by the NSA, The New York Times reports. The agency has increasingly made use of the technology to enter and alter data on computers, even computers not connected to the Internet. This most recent information is according to NSA documents, computer experts and American officials, the Times said.. "The technology, which the agency has used since at least 2008, relies on a covert channel of radio waves that can be transmitted from tiny circuit boards and USB cards inserted surreptitiously into the computers. In some cases, they are sent to a briefcase-size relay station that intelligence agencies can set up miles away from the ...
  http://www.redorbit.com/news/technology/1113047546/radio-waves-nsa-gather-intelligence-international-computers-011514/
*  Turban | Radio Wave
Mighty Mark's special guest mix for Turban, Radio Wave which previously aired on Czech Republic radio stationFM station Radio Wave is now available on Soundcloud. Stream below.. ...
  http://www.baltimore-club.com/tag/turban-radio-wave/
*  Patent US5465099 - Detectable device and movable item detecting system - Google Patents
A detectable device attachable to a movable item for detecting movement. Radio waves having a predetermined frequency are received by the detectable device, and radio waves having a harmonic frequency of the received waves are reradiated from the detectable device. The detectable device comprises a dipole antenna for receiving radio waves with said predetermined frequency, a diode connected in parallel to feed points of the dipole antenna for generating an electric current having a harmonic frequency of said received radio waves. A loop antenna is provided whose feed points are connected in parallel to feed points of the diode for converting the electric current having the harmonic frequency to radio waves for transmitting the radio waves at the harmonic frequency.
  http://www.google.com/patents/US5465099?dq=6,243,373
*  Tiny temperature sensor powered wirelessly with radio waves
TU/e researcher Hao Gao as developed a tiny transmitting temperature sensor that is powered by radio waves, eliminating the need for wires or batteries. Instead, it picks up radio waves from a special router, converts them into electricity, and uses it to transmit readings.
  https://newatlas.com/eindhoven-sensor-wireless-power-temperature/40816/
*  Radio Waves Lyrics - Omd
Lyrics to Radio Waves by Omd: From the transmitter, to the receiver. / Across the ether, out of your speaker. / Chorus: / Radio waves have
  http://www.lyricsfreak.com/o/omd/radio+waves_20103411.html
*  ROGER WATERS Radio Waves (EP) reviews
Radio Waves (EP) is a music singles/eps/fan club/promo recording by ROGER WATERS (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1987 on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Radio Waves (EP)'s : cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts, collaborators and members.
  http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=11099
*  Articles about Radio Waves - tribunedigital-orlandosentinel
Radio Waves News. Find breaking news, commentary, and archival information about Radio Waves From The tribunedigital-orlandosentinel
  http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/keyword/radio-waves
*  Radio Waves Framed Art Prints | Fine Art America
Shop for radio waves framed prints designed by millions of artists from all over the world. Each museum-quality framed print may be customized with hundreds of different frame and mat options. Our radio waves framed art prints ship within 48 hours and include a 30-day money-back guarantee.
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*  New Radio Wave Technique For Detect Alien Planets - The Tech Journal
New radio wave technique could detect alien planets, receive interstellar tunes and because exoplanets often have decades-long orbits, meaning you could spend a lot of lonely nights fruitlessly searching the skies.Scientists at the University of Leicester in England developed a new approach,, they are looking for radio waves emitted when ultraviolet flares light up the atmospheres of planets like Saturn and Jupiter................
  https://thetechjournal.com/science/new-radio-wave-technique-for-detect-alien-planets.xhtml
*  Radio over fiber
... AIM OF PROJECT The discussion of the concepts of radio over fiber technology and its techniques for transporting radio signals over optical fiber 1. RADIO WAVE Radio waves propagate (travel) much like surface water waves. They travel near the Earth's surface and also radiate skyward at various angles to the Earth's surface. As the radio waves travel, their energy spreads over an ever components, a crest (top portion) and a trough (bottom portion). These components travel outward from the transmitter, one after the other, at a constant velocity (speed). The distance between successive wave crests is called a wavelength Fig (1) Freq. and wavelength The electromagnetic wave spectrum is shown in Figure 2.the part usable for radio communication ranges from below 10 kHz to over 100 GHz 1. RADIO WAVE Figure 2: The radio frequency spectrum 2. OPTICAL COMMUNICATION A communication system transmits information from one place to another, whether separated by a few kilometers. Information ...
  http://studylib.net/doc/5768935/radio-over-fiber
*  IJERPH | Free Full-Text | Adaptive Response in Animals Exposed to Non-Ionizing Radiofrequency Fields: Some Underlying...
During the last few years, our research group has been investigating the phenomenon of adaptive response in animals exposed to non-ionizing radiofrequency fields. The results from several separate studies indicated a significant increase in survival, decreases in genetic damage as well as oxidative damage and, alterations in several cellular processes in mice pre-exposed to radiofrequency fields and subsequently subjected to sub-lethal or lethal doses of γ-radiation or injected with bleomycin, a radiomimetic chemical mutagen. These observations indicated the induction of adaptive response providing the animals the ability to resist subsequent damage. Similar studies conducted by independent researchers in mice and rats have supported our observation on increased survival. In this paper, we have presented a brief review of all of our own and other independent investigations on radiofrequency fields-induced adaptive response and some underlying mechanisms discussed.
  http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/11/4/4441/htm
*  Daily Galaxy: Radio Waves Reveal Hidden Stars at Milky Way's Center
There's a lot we don't know about the galactic center, and a lot we want to learn," says lead author Idan Ginsburg of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA). "Using this technique, we think we can find stars that no one has seen before." The long path from the center of our galaxy to Earth is so choked with dust that out of every trillion photons of visible light coming our way, only one photon will reach our telescopes. Radio waves, from a different part of the electromagnetic spectrum, have lower energies and longer wavelengths. They can pass through the dust unimpeded.. On their own, stars aren't bright enough in the radio for us to detect them at such distances. However, if a star is traveling through gas faster than the speed of sound, the situation changes. Material blowing off of the star as a stellar wind can plow into the interstellar gases and create a shock wave. And through a process called synchrotron radiation, electrons accelerated by that shock wave produce ...
  http://daily-galaxy.blogspot.com.au/2015/09/radio-waves-reveal-hidden-stars-at.html
*  New AI algorithm monitors sleep with radio waves | MIT CSAIL
Katabi worked on the study with Matt Bianchi, chief of the Division of Sleep Medicine at MGH, and Tommi Jaakkola, the Thomas Siebel Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and a member of the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society at MIT. Mingmin Zhao, an MIT graduate student, is the paper's first author, and Shichao Yue, another MIT graduate student, is also a co-author.. The researchers will present their new sensor at the International Conference on Machine Learning on Aug. 9.. Remote sensing. Katabi and members of her group in MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have previously developed radio-based sensors that enable them to remotely measure vital signs and behaviors that can be indicators of health. These sensors consist of a wireless device, about the size of a laptop computer, that emits low-power radio frequency (RF) signals. As the radio waves reflect off of the body, any slight movement of the body alters the frequency of the reflected ...
  http://www.csail.mit.edu/new_ai_algorithm_monitors_sleep_with_radio_waves%20
*  Do certain radio wave frequencies pose health risks? | HowStuffWorks
Do certain radio wave frequencies pose health risks? If so, is it safe to live within a quarter mile of a cellular phone tower or a radio antenna?
  http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/question4.htm
*  Scientists trace mysterious radio waves to a small, faraway galaxy | New York Post
Astronomers have located the origin of mysterious radio waves that have baffled them for a decade. The fast radio burst, or FRB 121102, has been traced to a...
  https://nypost.com/2017/01/05/scientists-trace-mysterious-radio-waves-to-a-small-faraway-galaxy/
*  Wireless Internet Access Uses Visible Light, Not Radio Waves - Slashdot
An anonymous reader writes to tell us that a company has demonstrated a new form of wireless communication that uses light instead of radio waves. 'Its inventor, St. Cloud resident John Pederson, says visible-light embedded wireless data communication is the next step in the evolution of wireless c...
  https://hardware.slashdot.org/story/09/01/16/2136204/wireless-internet-access-uses-visible-light-not-radio-waves/insightful-comments
*  Twisting Radio Waves Could Give Us 100x More Wireless Bandwidth | DiscoverMagazine.com
As more people stream video to their mobile devices, wireless bandwidth is becoming an increasingly precious commodity. Data traffic increased 8,000 percent in the past four years on AT&T's network alone. In trying to avoid what the Federal Communications Commission calls a "looming spectrum crisis," telecommunications companies are lobbying the government to assign them more spectrum space in the 300- to 3,000-megahertz range, the sweet spot for wireless communication. But Italian astrophysicist Fabrizio Tamburini says a solution may lie in making better use of the frequencies already in use. In a recent paper, he demonstrated a potential way to squeeze 100 times more bandwidth out of existing frequencies.. The idea is to twist radio waves like corkscrews and create multiple subfrequencies, distinguished by their degree of twistedness. Each subchannel carries discrete data sets. "You can tune the wave with a given frequency as you normally do, but there is also a fingerprint left by the twist," ...
  http://discovermagazine.com/2011/oct/13-twisting-radio-waves-100x-more-wireless-bandwidth
*  High blood pressure 'zapped' using radio waves | The Times & The Sunday Times
People with high blood pressure who do not respond to drugs may be able to have the condition treated successfully by deactivating nerves in their kidneys, new research suggests. A small study of the experimental treatment, which involves radio waves to destroy renal nerves involved in regulating hypertension, has shown that patients had their blood pressure lowered significantly. About half of all patients with hypertension are unable to reduce their blood pressure to accepted targets with drugs, diet, lifestyle interventions and other healthcare products. Scientists said that for these patients the new treatment could address the condition permanently, reducing risk of death and hypertension-related illness substantially. The treatment involves a tube pushed into a blood vessel in the groin, much like the angioplasty procedures for…. ...
  https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/high-blood-pressure-zapped-using-radio-waves-qjbts0m5f7l
*  Propagation of short radio waves. (Book, 1965) [WorldCat.org]
Get this from a library! Propagation of short radio waves.. [Donald E Kerr; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Radiation Laboratory.]
  http://www.worldcat.org/title/propagation-of-short-radio-waves/oclc/000564323
*  Rob Schneiderman - Radio Waves
Musicians:Rob Schneiderman - piano Brian Lynch - trumpet Ralph Moore - tenor sax Gary Smulyan - baritone sax Todd Coolman - bass Jeff Hirshfield - drumsDescription:The material for Radio Waves was developed during countless 'laboratory' sessions in Rob's New York City loft. The free-spirited arrangements and high-intensity blowing combine the power of a large ensemble with the spontaneity of a small group. Joining Rob are Brian Lynch on trumpet, Ralph Moore on tenor saxophone, Gary Smulyan on baritone saxophone, Todd Coolman on bass, and Jeff Hirshfield on drums. Seven of the nine tracks are Schneiderman originals: 'Extra Time', 'Gravitation', 'Slapdance-Tapstick', 'Been There Before', 'The Juggler', 'Twelve Tones of Blue', and the title tune. Also included are intriguing arrangements of the Rogers and Hart classics 'Blue Moon' and 'There's a Small Hotel'. '...a communicative modern jazz of rich colors and intricate designs' --Down Beat
  http://www.jazzcorner.com/shop/554
*  FBI: Navy Yard Gunman Left Note About Radio Waves
Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis left a note saying he was driven to kill by months of bombardment with extremely low-frequency radio waves, the FBI said Wednesday in a disclosure that explains the phrase he etched on his shotgun: 'My ELF Weapon!'
  http://www.kbtx.com/home/headlines/FBI-Navy-Yard-Gunman-Left-Note-About-Radio-Waves-225351432.html