Is radar a radio wave laser?
What is the most common type of radio wave laser?
- Microwave lasers (MASERs) are common. I believe that, since the waves are all in phase, RADAR qualifies as a “radio wave laser” except for the “stimulated emission of radiation” part, which I’m not sure about.
How do lasers get longer radiowaves?
- Lasers on the other hand depend on transition between molecular rotational and vibrational states in the infrared and electronic transitions in the visible. To get longer radiowaves, you need a transition between hyper-fine states. One example is a hydrogen atom.
What is radio frequency (RF) skin tightening?
- Radio Frequency Skin Tightening Overview. The effects of radio frequency treatments are mostly attributable to the heat that is generated by the RF waves. In the field of skin care and ant-ageing treatments, RF waves are most commonly used for facial rejuvenation and their believed ability to stimulate the protein fibers that keep the skin elastic.
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