super low frequency
(electromagnetic radiation, frequency 30 Hz to 300 Hz)
Super low frequency (SLF) radiation is electromagnetic radiation
defined by the ITU to be within the frequency range of
30 Hz to 300 Hz.
It is considered within the lower-frequency end of the
radio spectrum, or beyond (i.e., subradio).
It falls between extremely low frequency (ELF) and ultra low frequency (ULF).
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|999km||300Hz||1.3peV||begin||super low frequency|
|9993km||30Hz||124×10-15eV||end||super low frequency|
Referenced by pages:
extremely low frequency (ELF)
ultra low frequency (ULF)