Radiophysics (also modern writing "radio physics") 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:
- study of radio waves (the original area of research)
- study of radiation used in radiology
- study of other ranges of the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation in some specific applications
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