Example frequency domain multiplexing radio transmission



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English: Example of radio transmission - demonstrating frequency domain multiplexing. Each radio station has it own frequency channel. Radio demultiplex the radio frequency of the desired radio station.
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Date 2010-04-29 13:19 (UTC)

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