By: Collin Neill, Kaitlyn Schwarz, Alspa Sayasavanh
Description of Radio Waves
The radio waves have the longest wavelength in the electromagnetic spectrum. They range from the length of a football to larger than our planet. They are 1-2 km in wavelength.
The VHF stands for very high frequency and it is about 2m. The UHF stands for Ultra high frequency and that is for less than a minute.
They are used for Police radio communications, television transmissions and military air craft radios.
The velocity in a vacuum is (3x10^8 m/s)