Light and electromangetic interference

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I meant it is not fundamental because it has nothing to do with the electromagnetic waves themselves, but with the properties of the detector. I wanted to emphasize that the waves themselves do add up, their not being of the same frequency does not matter. It is only because the detector is not designed to detect the low-frequency signal that you don't have a problem seeing your light signal.

Naty was talking about electric signals being disrupted, I assume, because that is what you asked about: "(carried by electrons)".
 
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Naty was talking about electric signals being disrupted, I assume, because that is what you asked about: "(carried by electrons)".
I don´t think so, because he mentioned sunspots (whatever that is) affecting microwave radio transmissions. Maybe, he meant that the sunspots disturb the receiver, and not the electromagnetic waves themselves. Do you think that was it?
 
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That would be my guess, yes. Of course, he might clarify better himself.
 
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Ok, thanks nanaki, and all of you who helped me.
 

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