Frequency: The frequency of microwaves range from 3 GHZ to 300 GHZ.
Wavelength: Microwaves wavelengths range from 1 mm to 100 mm.
Practical Applications: Microwaves are used in many areas of our everyday lives. A few major examples include TV signals, transmitting FM radio and the quite obvious example, microwaves.
Negative Factors/Health Precautions: Microwave radiation has been proven to cause sleep disturbance, headaches, and fatigue if exposed at high enough levels of radiation. Future Possibilities/ Interesting Facts: The first microwave was 5.5 feet tall and weighed 750 lbs.! Location On The Spectrum: Microwaves are second in the spectrum having the second longest wavelength.