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Technical Glossary Electromagnetic Wave in Everyday Life

[Electromagnetic Wave in Everyday Life]

The most widely used electromagnetic waves in everyday life (other than visible light) are radio waves, which have frequencies of 3,000 GHz or less. They are widely used in various industries such as broadcasting, telecommunications, weather forecasting, radar on aircrafts and marine vessels, home, medical, and industrial electronics, and construction.
Because of their many applications, concerns have been raised about the influence of radio waves on the human body.
High frequency electromagnetic waves such as gamma rays and X-rays affect the human body, but there is no proof that radio waves have any effect on the human body.
Unlike the human body, advanced medical devices and precision electronics include many electronic circuits, which can be affected even by weak radio waves.

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