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For electromagnetic waves, Is there a relationship between the carrier frequency and the propagation distance?

-when When transmission distance increases the signal tendtends to losslose power, so carrier signal is added along with the message signal ( to strengthen the original message signal). Is that true?

For electromagnetic waves, Is there a relationship between the carrier frequency and the propagation distance?

-when transmission distance increases the signal tend to loss, so carrier signal is added along with the message signal ( to strengthen the original message signal). Is that true?

For electromagnetic waves, Is there a relationship between the carrier frequency and the propagation distance?

When transmission distance increases the signal tends to lose power, so carrier signal is added along with the message signal ( to strengthen the original message signal). Is that true?

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Relationship between the carrier frequency and the propagation distance?

For electromagnetic waves, Is there a relationship between the carrier frequency and the propagation distance?

-when transmission distance increases the signal tend to loss, so carrier signal is added along with the message signal ( to strengthen the original message signal). Is that true?