Radio Frequency Field (RF Field)
Definition - What does Radio Frequency Field (RF Field) mean?
A radio frequency field (RF field) is an alternating current which, when put through an antenna, generates an electromagnetic field for wireless broadcasting or communication by sending a current through an antenna.
RF fields are produced by various sources such as mobile radio communication transmissions, radio and television broadcasting, radar, and cell phones.
Also known as a radio wave.
Techopedia explains Radio Frequency Field (RF Field)
The biggest concern relating to RF field is the possibility of adverse health outcome as there is concern these waves contribute to cancer.
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