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

> Digital wavelengths don't oscillate at all

You are thinking of the wrong oscillations and in fact they do, because they are still radio waves which are analogue waveforms subject to the same interference as always.

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