Reply to post: Re: Wavelength in kHz?

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

John Brown (no body) Silver badge
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Re: Wavelength in kHz?

"they're mentioning 75kHz for FM *and* AM. "

What's the modulation method got to do with the frequency used?

(sorry, but you DID use the icon)

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