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by Panos Photinos
Similarly, an AM radio is a wireless connection, using EM waves of frequency in the range of about 500–1600 thousand Hz ...
by Christopher H. Sterling
Louis, a move that suggests adaptability on the part of Storz management to the rapidly changing market environment for AM radio in the early 1980s. Robert H. Storz nevertheless began to sell the stations when the pattern of audience migration to FM appeared irreversible. KOMA, WTIX, and WDGY were sold in 1984; WHB, KXOK, and WQAM were sold the following ...
Encyclopedia of Classic Rock (2017)
by David Luhrssen, Michael Larson
However, AM radio remained predominant and unchallenged. Many radios received only AM signals. FM was the preserve of colleges that used the facilities for educational purposes and ...
by Ian Sinclair
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by Dipak Basu
Medium frequency AM radio waves may propagate between the transmitter and the receiver as a ground wave, a space wave, and/or a sky wave. Ground waves embody surface waves traveling along the earth-atmosphere boundary. Ground waves suffer signal attenuation as the wave penetrates the ground or water surface, losing an amount of energy dependent in part on the electromagnetic wave frequency as well as the conductivity and the permittivity of the ground/ water surface.
by Colin Hempstead, William Worthington
AM radio stations are assigned to 10-kilohertz channels; in much of the rest of the world, AM or medium-wave radio uses 9-kilohertz channels. While AM stations use narrower channels (and thus less frequency space) than FM stations, AM is prone to natural and most man- made electrical interference, or noise, which cannot be separated from the desired signal ...
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