Table of Contents

- 1 What is the wavelength of a radio wave with frequency?
- 2 What is the wavelength radio wave?
- 3 Which has smallest wavelength?
- 4 What is the longest FM wavelength?
- 5 Which has longest wavelength?
- 6 How do you calculate radio waves?
- 7 What is the wavelength of a 56 Hz wave?
- 8 What is the distance between the crests of radio waves?

## What is the wavelength of a radio wave with frequency?

Radio waves are EM (Electromagnetic)waves that have wavelengths between 1 millimeter and 100 kilometers (or 300 GHz and 3 kHz in frequency).

**What is the wavelength of a 1000 Hz radio wave?**

Worldwide FM radio is operating in VHF band II between 87.5 MHz and 108.0 MHz….

Frequency | Wavelength |
---|---|

1000 MHz = 1000,000,000 Hz = 109 Hz | 0.3 m |

### What is the wavelength radio wave?

Radio wave, wave from the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum at lower frequencies than microwaves. The wavelengths of radio waves range from thousands of metres to 30 cm. These correspond to frequencies as low as 3 Hz and as high as 1 gigahertz (109 Hz).

**What is the wavelength of 50 hertz radio waves?**

Frequency – Wavelength Chart

Frequency | Wavelength | 1/20 Wavelength |
---|---|---|

50 MHZ | 6.0 meters | 30 cm |

100 MHz | 3.0 meters | 15 cm |

200 MHz | 1.5 meters | 7.5 cm |

300 MHz | 1.0 meter | 5.0 cm |

## Which has smallest wavelength?

Gamma Rays

Gamma Rays-have the smallest wavelengths and the most energy of any other wave in the electromagnetic spectrum. These waves are generated by radioactive atoms and in nuclear explosions.

**Which wave has lowest frequency?**

Radio waves

Radio waves have the lowest frequency.

### What is the longest FM wavelength?

Radio waves have the longest wavelengths in the EM spectrum, according to NASA, ranging from about 0.04 inches (1 millimeter) to more than 62 miles (100 kilometers). They also have the lowest frequencies, from about 3,000 cycles per second, or 3 kilohertz, up to about 300 billion hertz, or 300 gigahertz.

**What are the 7 wavelengths?**

The EM spectrum is generally divided into seven regions, in order of decreasing wavelength and increasing energy and frequency. The common designations are: radio waves, microwaves, infrared (IR), visible light, ultraviolet (UV), X-rays and gamma rays.

## Which has longest wavelength?

Red has the longest wavelength and violet has the shortest wavelength. When all the waves are seen together, they make white light.

**What is wave frequency?**

Frequency. Frequency is a measurement of how often a recurring event such as a wave occurs in a measured amount of time. One completion of the repeating pattern is called a cycle. Only moving waves which vary their positions with respect to time possess frequency. Frequency is one way to define how fast a wave moves.

### How do you calculate radio waves?

To calculate the wavelength of a radio wave, you will be using the equation: Speed of a wave = wavelength X frequency. Since radio waves are electromagnetic waves and travel at 2.997 X 108 meters/second, then you will need to know the frequency of the radio wave.

**Which has largest wavelength?**

Radio waves have the longest wavelength, and gamma rays have the shortest wavelength.

## What is the wavelength of a 56 Hz wave?

Let’s take for instance the case of a wave with a frequency of 56 Hz going through a material at a speed of 168 m/s. The wavelength result is 3 m.

**What is the frequency of a radio wave?**

Starting at point A, the wave will move 186,000 miles by the time it completes one cycle and reaches point B. In the second wave, the frequency of the wave is 1000 Hz. The wave will move 186 miles by the time it completes one cycle and reaches point B.

### What is the distance between the crests of radio waves?

The distance between the crests of the waves is the wavelength. As the frequency increases, the wavelength decreases. The Greek letter λ (lambda) stands for wavelength. Figure 2. Radio waves are identified by their length and their frequency. X equals one wave.

**How many miles does a radio wave move?**

Starting at point A, the wave will move 186,000 miles by the time it completes one cycle and reaches point B. In the second wave, the frequency of the wave is 1000 Hz. The wave will move 186 miles by the time it completes one cycle and reaches point B. The second wave completes its one cycle in 1/1000th of a second.