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Author Topic: How do radio frequencies interfere with each other?  (Read 3280 times)

Offline igracgq

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if radio frequencies travel forever into space, would spacestations be receiving mixed messages from different radio stations, or do they have their own reserved frequency on which they communicate?

Moreover, is it because world is round that the frequencies leave earth and travel into space? do they travel in parallel lines or are they disbursed in all directions?
Therefore, if earth was flat, does that mean that radio stations around the world in 88.8-107mhz would interfere with each other?


Mod edit - formatted the subject as a question.  Please try to do this to help keep the forum tidy and easy to navigate - thanks!
« Last Edit: 24/07/2008 15:49:21 by BenV »


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