electric wave


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electric wave

[i¦lek·trik ′wāv]
(electromagnetism)
An electromagnetic wave, especially one whose wavelength is at least a few centimeters. Also known as Hertzian wave.
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The watches have built-in antennas to receive Japan Standard Time, but there are plans to use the electric wave technology in Britain in the future.
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The EnerLume-EM(TM) is a patent pending lighting energy management system which uses technology to manage incoming power so that the ballasts for fluorescent lights draw energy from the electric wave only when power transmission is most efficient.
The EnerLume-EM[TM] is a patent pending lighting energy management system which uses technology to manage incoming power so that the ballasts for fluorescent lights draw energy from the electric wave only when power transmission is most efficient.
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A charter of the International Telecommunication Union bans a country from doing damage to electric waves of other nations.
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el-Gamal also mentioned that a female student is currently engaged in designing a smart garment that protects its wearer from stalkers by producing electric waves.
When they erupt, solar flares send massive electric currents into space and sometimes those powerful electric waves strike the earth at speeds of more than a million miles an hour.
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said Tuesday they are recalling more than 41,000 units of two cordless phone models because they could generate electric waves of the same frequency as those used by ships and airplanes for distress calls.