Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Am Radio
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Saltwater Fishing Made Easy (2006)
by Martin Pollizotto
As mentioned earlier, a small AM radio is a handy safety device because increasing static can alert you to an approaching thunderstorm. When the reception starts to crackle and shriek, get off the beach and into your car. More details on ...
by Christopher H. Sterling
AM radio station antennas make use of the entire transmission tower as a radiating element. To achieve the most efficient radiation, an AM antenna tower's height should equal abouthalf thelength of the radio waves being transmitted.
by Christopher H. Sterling, Cary O'Dell
AM radio broadcasting originated from the early 20thcentury radio telephony experiments of Frank Conrad, Leede Forest,Reginald Fessenden, Charles Herrold, and others. Early radio broadcast transmitters inthe 1920swere manufacturedby ...
by Larry Sabato, Howard R. Ernst
AM radio is one part of a growing body of “new media” that include cable news and public access programming, satellite television and radio, Internet-based news organizations, and independent Internet-based reporters commonly known as ...
by Ian Sinclair
AM radio aradio system that makes use of AMPLITUDE MODULATION, such as broadcasts onthe MEDIUM WAVE band. AM rejectionratio the ratioof FM signal toAM signalexisting afterDEMODULATION of an FMsignal,usually 1000:1 (60 ...
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