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Frequency Modulation (fm) Tutorial

@inproceedings{Armstrong2008FrequencyM,
  title={Frequency Modulation (fm) Tutorial},
  author={E. H. Armstrong},
  year={2008}
}
Lawrence Der, Ph.D. Silicon Laboratories Inc. Introduction Edwin H. Armstrong, known as one of the founding fathers of radio technology, invented the superheterodyne radio receiver in 1918 and frequency modulation (FM) in 1933 [1]. These two concepts, along with his regenerative circuit technique developed in 1912, formed the basis of radio frequency electronics as we know it today. In the United States, FM radio stations broadcast between radio frequencies of 88 MHz to 108 MHz with a channel… Expand
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