About FM Radio

About FM Radio

About FM Radio

FM broadcasting is a technique for radio telecom using the technology of frequency modulation (FM). Designed in 1933 by American scientist Edwin Armstrong, wide-band FM is used worldwide to give high-constancy sound over the radio.

FM radio is prepared to do good sound quality over AM communicating (under normal listening conditions), the head contending radio telecom innovation, so it is utilized for most music broadcast.

Most FM radio tuners can get basic radio station information over RDS. The use of FM radio does not affect the network carrier and it’s free.

The Smartphone inbuilt FM radio tuner is presently viewed as a basic feature. It enables the user to tune in to the greater part of the live broadcast FM radio stations. Practically all Phones with FM radio tuner require a wired headset to be associated with the unit as it’s ued as a reception antenna.

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A-GPS (Assisted GPS)A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)Airplane ModeAlarm ClockAMOLED (Active-matrix organic light-emitting diode)Analog TechnologyAndroid Operating SystemAntennaApertureAPN (Access Point Name)Apple iOS

B

Band Bandwidth Battery Charging Biometrics Bit BlackBerry OS Bluetooth Bps (Bits per Second) Brand Broadband Browser Byte

C

Camera Capacitive Touchscreen Car Kit Carrier CDMA (Code-Division Multiple Access) Cell Chipset CIF (Common Intermediate Format) Connected GPS Corning Gorilla Glass CPU (Central Processing Unit)

D

DC-HSDPA (Dual Carrier or Dual Cell High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) Dual-band Dual-Mode Dual-SIM Dynamic Memory

E

EDGE (Enhanced Data for Global Evolution) EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) EGPRS EGSM (Extended GSM)

F

Firmware Flash Memory Flight mode FM Radio Frequency FTP (File Transfer Protocol)

G

Galileo (Global Navigation Satellite System) GB (Gigabyte) Gbps (Gigabits per second) Geo-tag GLONASS (Global Navigation Satellite System) GPRS GPS (Global Positioning System GPU (Graphics Processing Unit)

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H.263 H.264 H.265 Handwriting recognition Hot Spot HSCSD (High-Speed Circuit Switched Data) HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) HSDPA+ (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access Plus) HSP (Headset Profile) HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) Hz (Hertz)

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iDEN (Integrated Digital Enhanced Network) Image Signal Processor (ISP) IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

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Java

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KB (Kilobyte) Kbps (Kilobits per second) Key Guard

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LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) LED (Light-Emitting Diode) Li-Ion (Lithium Ion) Li-Polymer (Lithium Polymer) Loudspeaker

M

Macro Magnetometer mAh MB (Megabyte) Mbps (Megabit per second) Megapixel Memory card slot Memory effect Messaging MHz (Megahertz) Micro USB microSD microSDHC MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) MIDP (Mobile Information Device Profile) MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) Mobile games Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) Mobile IM (Instant Messaging) Modem Monochrome MP3 (MPEG Layer 3) MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group) MPEG-4 video Multitouch input method Music playback time (battery life) Music Player

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NAND Memory Network capacity Network coverage NOR Memory Numeric keypad

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OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) Optical Zoom OS (Operating System) OTA (Over-The-Air) OTG

P

PCS (Personal Communications Service) PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) Pixel Pixel density (Pixels Per Inch) Price PTT (Push-To-Talk) Push

Q

Quad-band QVGA (Quarter Video Graphics Array) QWERTY keyboard layout

R

RAM (Random-Access Memory) RBDS (Radio Broadcast Data System) RDS (Radio Data System) Resistive touchscreen Resolution Ringtone Roaming ROM (Read-Only Memory) RS-MMC (Reduced-Size Multi Media Card)

S

Screen protection SD (Secure Digital) Secondary camera Sensors SIM SIM lock Single-Band Smart Watch Smartphone SMS (Short Messaging Service) Speed Dial Stand-by time (battery life) Stereo Speakers Streaming Video Stylus

T

Talk time (battery life) Tethering Text messaging (texting) Touchscreen Tri-band

U

UI (User Interface) UMTS UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) USB (Universal Serial Bus) USB On-The-Go USIM

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VGA (Video Graphics Array) Video call Voice dialing Voice mail VPN (Virtual Private Network)

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WAP (Wireless Application protocol) WCDMA(Wideband Code Division Multiple Access Wearable Technology Wi-Fi Windows Mobile Windows Phone OS WLAN WMV (Windows Media Video)

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