Radiophysics

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Radiophysics (also modern writing "Radio Physics"[1]) is a branch of physics focused on the theoretical and experimental study of certain kinds of radiation: its emission, propagation, and interaction with matter.

The term is used in the following major meanings:

Among the main applications of radiophysics are radio communications, radiolocation, radio astronomy, and radiology.

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  1. ^ Official web-page of the "Radio Physics Solutions" company founded recently in United Kingdom
  2. ^ "Radiophysics" article in Medcyclopaedia (archived from the original), online version of the Encyclopaedia of Medical Imaging