Wide Band Fm

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Edwin Howard Armstrong - FM Radio
... laboratory of Columbia's Philosophy Hall, he invented wide-band frequency modulation (FM) radio ... FM enabled the transmission and reception of a wider range of audio frequencies, as well as audio free of "static", a common problem in AM radio ... Armstrong received a patent on wide-band FM on December 26, 1933.) In 1922, John Renshaw Carson of AT T, inventor of Single-sideband modulation (SSB modulation), had published ...

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