“Infrared Or infrared is an electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength longer than visible waves and shorter than radio waves. Given that red has the longest wavelength, infrared radiation or Infrared It has a wavelength between approximately 750 nm and 1 mm and uses three types of magnetic processes to send its data.
Due to the share of infrared waves in the color spectrum, many practical uses can be mentioned for these waves, including finding the destination and tracking the target in military cases, remote temperature regulation, use in wireless for short area communications. , Spectroscopy and weather forecasting.
In nuclear and nuclear technologies, too, infrared energy,Vibrations They destroy a molecule by changing its polarity and creating a steady state to study the states of molecular energy.
Infrared spectroscopy is the measurement of the absorption and transport of photons in the infrared energy range, which is based on their intensity and frequency.
Infrared radiation has a variety of applications, the most familiar example being the use of infrared radiation in the remote control of electronic devices or the exchange of information in mobile phones.
Scientific applications of infrared radiation include spatial studies and research.
Medical applications of infrared radiation
In addition to astronomy, infrared radiation has many applications in medicine, including radiation for heat and pain relief, treatment of muscle spasms, treatment of arthritic joints, treatment of inflammation, and more.
Infrared radiation in presbyopia also has diagnostic applications, for example Tomography Is.
Infrared and communications
Data transmission via infrared waves is also used in small spatial dimensions between digital computing devices and mobile phones or PDAs (personal digital assistants). Such devices comply with the standards and regulations set by IrDA (Infrared Data Association).
Remote controls and IrDA compliant devices use light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, to emit infrared waves embedded by a plastic lens inside a small, thin spotlight. These spotlights oscillate and encrypt the data accordingly when turned on and off.
The infrared receiver uses a silicon photodiode to convert the infrared wave into an electric current. The device receiving the waves, only to pulsed signals that are constantly sent by the transmitter or Transmitter They are made, respond, and pass infrared waves, which slowly change state from small, limited light, through their own filter.
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