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Hello,

Is there a formula to convert a certain radio frequency to temperature? Thanks.

Is there a formula to convert a certain radio frequency to temperature? Thanks.

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Hello,

Is there a formula to convert a certain radio frequency to temperature? Thanks.

Is there a formula to convert a certain radio frequency to temperature? Thanks.

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mgb_phys

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If you mean the temperature of a black that emits a frequency in the radio then use wein's law.

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for example, the FM station abc operates at 86.1mhz, what's the temperature is the radio wave emitting?

If you mean the temperature of a black that emits a frequency in the radio then use wein's law.

i think i have found the formula though.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wien's_displacement_law

do i use the frequency form formula?

fmax = (ak/h)(T)

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