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How does it work? - Radio

How does it work? - Radio

This animation demonstrates how radios work.

Technology

Keywords

radio, radio wave, radio broadcast, radio receiver, radio station, relay station, speaker, antenna, tuner, amplifier, transformer, demodulator, FM, AM, amplitude modulation, frequency modulated signal, frequency, electromagnetic, electric current, physics, technology

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