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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.