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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Waves and Sound
Level: College
Score: 1
Author: shanda2133
Last Modified: 2 months ago

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College :: Waves and Sound by shanda2133
Light and RF signals are different in that
  1. light carries less information over fiber than RF can over coax
  2. light is unaffected by interference from lightning or other electrical sources, whereas RF is highly susceptible to these factors
  3. light causes interference with other signals within the cable, but RF does not.
  4. light frequencies are measured to hertz, but radio frequencies are measured in wavelengths.
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