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Topic: Random non ardunio question (Read 779 times) previous topic - next topic

arduinopi

ok we have circuits that operate at radio frequencies. (16 megahertz Ardunio for example) the Ardunio for example makes radio noise. what if you had a circuit that alternates at 405 THz to 790 THz (frequencies of light) would the circuit emit light? is it even possible to have a circuit operate at this frequency?

winner10920

I would imagine that perhaps you could call a plain led a 500Thz oscillator,
and if the electrical current was operating that fast I imagine it would be kinda hard to keep it on a circuit board
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