FM radio stations are assigned frequencies every .2 MHz but nearby stations cannot use adjacent frequencies.?

What is the maximum resistance the tuning circuit can have if the peak current at a frequency 103.9 MHz the closest frequency that can be used by a nearby station, can be no more than .10% of the peak current at 104.3 MHz? The radio is still tuned to 104.3 MHz and you can assume the two stations have equal strengths. The tuning circuit in an FM radio receiver is RLC circuit with a .200 uH inductor.

thanks in advance!!

1 Answer

  • rpoker
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    correct you can't

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