FCC Seeks Engineers’ Feedback On Noise Problem

December 5, 2017

The sea of noise on the radio dial that has made AM radio reception increasingly difficult has been the focus of the FCC’s Technological Advisory Council since the group opened an inquiry in August 2016 into determining whether there is an increasing noise problem and if so, how it should be studied and corrected.


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