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Halfords invents radio signals that don't travel at the speed of light

Chris Miller

thanks to the super-fast wavelength of around 220MHz

Apart from all the other idiocies, if you don't understand the difference between frequency and wavelength, you won't get far with the more technical stuff. I realise the press release was written my a marketing droid, but don't Halfords employ anyone with a GCSE in a STEM subject who could point out these flaws?

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