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reflection, refraction and diffraction occur in radio waves, which one occurs the most?
One of the things about Radio waves is that they undergo different behaviors such as reflection, refraction and diffraction when in contact with obstacles such as walls, buildings etc. what i want to ...
Jan 7 '12 at 9:33
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