What type of waves are radio waves?

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  • Radio waves are one type of electromagnetic wave. Other types of electromagnetic waves are visible light, infrared, ultraviolet, microwaves, x-rays, and gamma rays. Common examples of radio transmissions are the signals coming from over-the-air radio and television stations, cellular phones, or walkie-talkies.
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  • 299.8 Kilometers
  • 299.8 Meters
  • 299.8 Millimeters
  • 299.8 Micrometers. The table above is rounded to one decimal place. A hertz represents one cycle per second. This varies by wavelength and the speed of electromagnetic radiation.

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Radio waves are electromagnetic waves and are a part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Other electromagnetic waves in the electromagnetic spectrum are microwaves, visible light, infrared, ultraviolet, x-rays, and gamma rays

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