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I am studying transmissions and reception, radio waves, microwaves... I find it difficult to understand that to make it simple, the wave length and frequency of blue light can have a different amplitude. Wave height. How does this work? What difference would there be in the blue light with great amplitude compared to small amplitude?Also some waves are not received under bridges, others are, how does that work?
[Where I could use some help: In electrical circuits, power is proportional to the voltage squared; in a radio transmitter, power is proportional to the voltage squared; in ocean waves, power increases more than linearly with wave height. Is the power of a free-space electromagnetic wave proportional to the square of the electric field strength?]
the wave length and frequency of blue light can have a different amplitude.
Frequency is the inverse of wavelength,