A method of reducing disturbances in radio signaling by a system of frequency modulation

@article{Armstrong1984AMO,
  title={A method of reducing disturbances in radio signaling by a system of frequency modulation},
  author={E. H. Armstrong},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={1984},
  volume={72},
  pages={1042-1062}
}
  • E. H. Armstrong
  • Published 1984
  • Engineering
  • Proceedings of the IEEE
  • A new method of reducing the effects of all kinds of disturbances is described. The transmitting and receiving arrangements of the system, which makes use of frequency modulation, are shown in detail. The theory of the process by which noise reduction is obtained is discussed and an account is given of the practical realization of it in transmissions during the past year from the National Broadcasting Company's experimental station on the Empire State Building in New York City to Westhampton… CONTINUE READING
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