|Sep18-11, 05:40 PM||#1|
This is not homework, as I'm not in school :)
I was wondering if there are any standard equations for electromagnetic waves interfering with each other. For instance, can I change the frequency of a wave by hitting it with another wave of a different frequency? I can find info on sound waves etc.. but I was wondering if this was any different.
The question I want to answer for myself is: "Can I get one lower frequency electromagnetic wave, by combining two or more higher frequency electromagnetic waves?"
Thank you :)
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