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Portable Bluetooth Speaker Rechargeable MP3 Player USB/TF/AUX/FM/TWS Speakers Geepas | For you. For life.
Red and Black Wireless Portable Bluetooth Speaker
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Geepas | For you. For life. Stereo USB Speakers For Laptop, TV and More Speakers
Immersive 2.0 Stereo USB Speakers For Laptop and PC
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Black and Red Rechargeable 10m Wireless Speaker
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Portable 3-Band Antenna Radio (AM/TV/FM)
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Portable Bluetooth Speaker Wireless Rechargeable USB/TF/AUX/MP3/FM/TWS Speakers Geepas | For you. For life.


AM (Amplitude Modulation) and FM (Frequency Modulation) are two different methods of transmitting radio signals, and they have distinct characteristics that set them apart:

Sound Quality:

AM: AM radio signals are susceptible to interference and static caused by various factors, such as atmospheric conditions, buildings, and electrical devices. The sound quality can vary, and AM signals are more prone to noise and distortion.

FM: FM radio signals generally offer better sound quality compared to AM. FM signals are less affected by interference and static, resulting in clearer and more consistent audio.

Signal Range:

AM: AM signals have a longer range and can travel farther distances, especially during night time, due to their ability to bounce off the ionosphere.

FM: FM signals have a shorter range and are typically limited to line-of-sight transmission, meaning they don't travel as far and can be affected by obstacles like buildings and hills.

The range of a typical radio signal can vary widely depending on several factors, including the frequency of the signal, the power of the transmitter, the terrain, and the presence of obstacles.

Improving radio reception can enhance the quality of your listening experience. Here are some tips to help you achieve better radio reception:

1. Adjust Antenna Position:
For radios with external antennas, adjust the position and orientation of the antenna. Try moving it higher or changing its angle to see if it improves signal strength.

2. Extend The Antenna:
If your radio has a telescopic antenna, extend it fully. Longer antennas can capture radio waves more effectively.

3. Choose A Clear Location:
Place the radio near a window or in an open space. Avoid positioning it near large obstacles, metal surfaces, or electronic devices that could interfere with the signal.

4. Use An External Antenna:
If possible, use an external FM or AM antenna for better reception. Outdoor antennas or wire antennas placed near windows can significantly enhance signal strength.

1. Portability - As the name suggests, portable radios are designed to be compact and lightweight, making them easy to carry around. You can take them wherever you go, whether it's in your home, outdoors, during travel, or even at work.

2. Emergency Communication: Portable radios, especially those with AM and FM bands, can be valuable during emergencies. They provide access to news, weather updates, and emergency broadcasts even when other communication methods are unavailable.

3. No Dependence On Internet: Unlike streaming services that require internet connectivity, portable radios rely on radio waves to receive signals. This means you can listen to broadcasts even in areas with poor or no internet coverage.

Radios can be powered by various sources to suit different situations and preferences. Here are some common power sources for radios:

1. Battery Powered - This can be either disposable batteries or rechargeable battery.

2. AC Power - Many radios have an AC power option, allowing you to plug them in directly into a standard wall outlet.

3. Solar Power - Some portable radios are equipped with solar panels that convert sunlight into energy to power the device.

4. Hand Crank - Hank-crank radios have a built-in dynamo that generates power when you manually crank a handle.