Reply to post: Wavelength in kHz?

Halfords invents radio signals that don't travel at the speed of light

Stoneshop Silver badge
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Wavelength in kHz?

That hertz.

Apart from that particular bit of nonsense, they're mentioning 75kHz for FM *and* AM. That'd be even lower than the DCF77 signal. Even if they'd mean 75MHz (with DAB transmission frequencies being 200..230MHz that might make a little more sense) that frequency has no relation to either FM (88-108MHz, 10.7MHz IF) or AM (150kHz to 30MHz or so, 455kHz IF) broadcasts.

Though it's wholly in line with the "technical expertise" I got to experience at Halfords.

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