Wavelength = speed/frequency = 300 million/280 million = 1.071 meters
Wavelength = Speed/Frequency = 300,000,000/1,220,000,000 metres = 0.2459 metres
1.920 MHz ==> 156.25 meters
Wavelength = speed/frequency = 3 x 108/6.2 x 108 = 48.39 centimeters (rounded)
Use the equation: frequency x wavelength = speed (of the wave). The speed of light is approximately 300,000,000 meters/second. If you divide this speed by the frequency, you get the wavelength in meters.
Your radio separates the stations according to their frequency (wavelength).
Wavelength = speed/frequency = 300 million/1940 million = 15.45 centimeters (rounded)There are no radio 'stations' transmitting on frequencies anywhere near1940 million cycles per second.The closest to those digits may be AM radio stations, between 550 thousandand 1700 thousand.The wavelength range corresponding to that AM band is 176.3 meters to 545.1 meters.
The station with 107.1 MHz would have the longer wavelength.
They are the same.The frequency you set on your radio dial is the frequency of the waves transmitted from the radio station's antenna.
Wavelength = (speed) divided by (frequency)Wavelength at 1 MHz = 300 meters. (rounded)
Wavelength = Speed of light/frequency Wavelength= 300'000'000/104'900'000 (FM 104.9 is frequency modulation 104.9 MHz) Wavelength=2.86 meters
Wavelength = (speed) divided by (frequency) = (300,000,000 meters per second) divided by (1,320,000,000 per second) = 0.227 meter. ====================== We're guessing the question meant to say "1.320 million" ... in the middle of the AM broadcast band ... and the decimal point disappeared. In that case, the wavelength is (3 x 108) / (1.32 x 106) = 227.273 meters (rounded) = 745.65 feet (rounded)