Reply to post: Re: super-fast wavelength of 220MHz

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

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Re: super-fast wavelength of 220MHz

Oscillating wavelengths are a feature of the old analogue signals. That's what causes the interference. Digital wavelengths don't oscillate at all. They're rock solid and stick to a single frequency wavelength. (Or possibly two, and switch between them. I've just got to check that with Derek out back.)

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