FM: An Introduction to Frequency Modulation
by John F. Rider
Publisher: J. F. Rider 1940
Number of pages: 146
The primary purpose of this volume is to place in the hands of the servicing industry such pertinent information as will furnish a general outline of frequency modulation: the manner in which it differs from amplitude modulation, and details associated with f-m receiver servicing problems.
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