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I also believe that this class has to do with RF because the gentleman's degree is in telecommunications engineering. Next time I will add a lot more information when I ask a question to avoid confusion and scoldings.
I've worked microwaves all my working life (48 years) and 16 of those years in Spain. You asked for "microondas" and the translation is microwaves, no ifs, ands or buts. RF is RF in either language. All the rest is playing with words.
Hi Deborah, I'd go with Microwaves and RAdio Frequences if that's the entire term that you need help in however, I only see microondas. So, If you need both "Microwaves and RF" is it possible for you to edit the term you need help in?
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