Amplitude Modulation and Frequency Modulation

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Amplitude Modulation and Frequency Modulation are two types of radio transmission on which our communication once depended upon. In order to broadcast information in the form of voice, music, or data that exists at low frequencies, between the range of 300 and 3 KHz, a carrier signal is used.

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Am vs FmAmplitude Modulation and Frequency ModulationAmplitude Modulation and Frequency Modulation are two types of radio transmission on which our communication once depended upon. In order to broadcast information in the form of voice, music, or data that exists at low frequencies, between the range of 300 and 3 KHz, a carrier signal is used. The carrier signal exists at a much higher frequency compared to the frequency of the information being transmitted. The carrier frequency can be better explained as the station where listeners tune in their stereo and the baseband signal as the vo

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