What is the wavelength of a television signal if the carrier frequency is 50 MHz?

In 1 second, a radio wave travels 300,000,000 meters, but makes 50,000,000 oscillations at the same time. To find the wavelength of a television signal, the propagation speed must be divided by the oscillation frequency. In our case, we get:

300,000,000: 50,000,000 = 300: 50 = 30/5 = 6 meters.

Answer: The wavelength is 6 meters.

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