What is bandwidth in radio waves and how does it work?

    1. Bandwidth refers to the frequency range required by a signal carrier to deliver clear undistorted sound.
    2. The frequency range is determined by the difference between the upper and lower frequencies of a sound wave.
    3. Measured in Hertz (Hz), every radio receiver has a limited frequency range normally between 87.5-108 MHZ.
    4. Bandwidth is very important in the reproduction of clear sound and good radio reception.
    5. The wider the bandwidth, the more accurate the sound, and the lower the bandwidth the higher the noise and distortion.



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