Unformatted text preview: intensity from bright to dim to transmit data. ´or digital signals, the light would just ³ash on and oF to transmit data. “Radio waves provide the most common and eFec±ve means of wireless communica±ons today.” (Olenewa, 2013 pg. 57). The obvious device that uses radio waves to send signals is the radio. Most wireless transmission involves radio waves, as it can be picked up through rooms and buildings, as long as it’s not in a steel room deep underground. “Radio waves can also penetrate most solid objects (with the excep±on of metallic ones), whereas light waves cannot penetrate anything opaque or solid.” (Olenewa, 2013 pg. 58). References: Olenewa, J. (01/2013). Guide to Wireless Communica±ons, 3e, 3rd Edi±on. [VitalSource Bookshelf Online]. Retrieved from h²p://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/#/books/9781285700267/...
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- Winter '15
- George Mikulski
- Light, radio waves, wireless transmission, Olenewa