metric waves

metric waves

[′me·trik ′wāvz]
(electromagnetism)
Radio waves having wavelengths between 1 and 10 meters, corresponding to frequencies between 30 and 300 megahertz (the very-high-frequency band).
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Beginning with dissipative geometry and general relativity theory, they consider such aspects as pseudo-Riemannian geometry and general relativity, metric waves in a non-stationary universe and dissipative oscillator, and bosonic and fermionic models of a Friedman-Robertson-Walker universe.