The origin of World Radio Day

The origin of World Radio Day This is 13 February. It is World Radio Day, which was proclaimed on 3 November 2011 by UNESCO’s 36th General Conference. It was originally proposed by Spain. This special day is to make sure the important status of radios as a communication carrier in education development, information dissemination and…

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amplitude modulation

Amplitude modulation AM demodulation

The process of separating or extracting the modulation from a signal is called demodulation or detection. For amplitude modulation, the process of demodulation or detection can be accomplished very simply using a diode, or it may be achieved in other ways that provide more effective demodulation of the waveform. As amplitude modulation is still widely…

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FM Demodulation / Detection Tutorial

Frequency modulation is widely used for radio transmissions for a wide variety of applications from broadcasting to general point to point communications. Frequency modulation, FM offers many advantages, particularly in mobile radio applications where its resistance to fading and interference is a great advantage. It is also widely used for broadcasting on VHF frequencies where…

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