amplitude modulation (AM)
Amplitude modulation (AM) is a form of radio transmission. Broadcasts on the short-, medium-, and long-wave bands are transmitted by amplitude modulation. The sound signals to be transmitted are superimposed on a constant-amplitude radio signal called the carrier. The resulting modulated radio signal varies in amplitude according to the strength of the signal.
Related category• RADIO ASTRONOMY AND COMMUNICATIONS
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