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What is the teddybaer?--Nollieheelflip

Can anyone explain how we can transmit in this range (e.g. 100 HZ would require a trasmitter of 3000km long (300,000km / 100) wouldn't it? How do we get around this issue?) Amilnerwhite (talk) 23:48, 10 November 2009 (UTC)