Electromagnetic waves question?

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ShikaMekiFuka
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What is the relationship between the frequency of electromagnetic radiation and the frequency of oscillation of an alternating current that the radiation produces?

My thought is that they are similar but... Dunno
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(Original post by ShikaMekiFuka)
I am struggling with this question?
What is the relationship between the frequency of electromagnetic radiation and the frequency of oscillation of an alternating current that the radiation produces?

My thought is that they are similar but... Dunno
It sounds as though there is some experiment whereby the frequency of a radiation source is being measured by an oscilloscope. The frequency of the electromagnetic radiation would be measured by the oscilloscope and the results displayed. Their relationship would vary dependent on the settings of the oscilloscope.

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