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FM transmission and reception

by John Francis Rider

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  • 6 Currently reading

Published in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radio frequency modulation,
  • Radio -- Transmitters and transmission,
  • Radio -- Receivers and reception

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 401-404.

    Statementby John F. Rider and Seymour D. Uslan.
    ContributionsUslan, Seymour Daniel, 1921- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK6553 .R463 1949
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 409 p.
    Number of Pages409
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6046913M
    LC Control Number49005782
    OCLC/WorldCa2046332

    Thus, frequency modulation minimizes noise and provides a greater reception than amplitude modulation, which is the older method of broadcasting. “Both AM and FM are analog transmission systems, that is, they process sounds into continuously varying patterns of electrical signals which resemble sound waves” (Columbia Encyclopedia). Hardware for both RF transmission and reception is necessary. The operating frequency is always at or very close to the precession frequency, for example, about MHz for protons signals in a 3 T scanner. Since the same frequencies are used for both transmit and receive, it is possible to use the same coil for both purposes.

    To minimize transmission time, use radio checks sparingly. When communications reception is good and contact has been continuous, a preliminary call is . ‘The radio gave good reception on FM but very poor reception on AM - a pity as medium wave stations are becoming increasingly popular with sports fans.’ ‘Analog is more expensive, has slightly better sound quality when reception is good, and is .

    FM radio stations are usually assigned a frequency in the range of 88 to MHz in contrast to AM radio which is in the range of to MHz, and this is one reason why AM radio has a longer range; however, FM radio operates better in reception areas that are closed in, such as tunnels and buildings, owing to the higher frequency and. An FM transmission system, at its most basic level, consists of the transmitter, the transmission line and antenna. There are many variables within these basic building blocks, including types and sizes of antennas, size and type of transmission line, and transmitter power output. Situation-specific variables such as the allocation and class of.


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