stereo broadcasting


stereo broadcasting
стереофоническое вещание

English-Russian dictionary of telecommunications. 2015.

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  • Stereo 974 — (call sign: 3WRB) is an English language pop and Languages Other Than English (LOTE) station in western Melbourne, Australia. It broadcasts on 97.4 MHz. It commenced broadcasting in the mid 1980s.Daytime programs from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday… …   Wikipedia

  • Stereo-Pak — 4 track cartridge redirects here. For the RCA 4 track cartridge, see RCA tape cartridge. For four track multitracking, see Multitrack recording. Stereo Pak Media type magnetic tape Encoding …   Wikipedia

  • Stereo 8 — This is an article about the 8 track cartridge. For eight track multitracking, see Multitrack recording. Infobox media name = Stereo 8 caption = An 8 track cartridge of Never Mind the Bollocks, Here s the Sex Pistols type = magnetic tape encoding …   Wikipedia

  • stereo — ster|e|o1 S3 [ˈsteriəu, ˈstıər US ˈsteriou, ˈstır ] n plural stereos 1.) also stereo .system a machine for playing records, ↑CDs etc that produces sound from two ↑speakers ▪ a stereo with good speakers on a stereo ▪ He was listening to the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Stereo-Decoder — Als Stereodecoder wird eine elektronische Baugruppe bezeichnet, die einen stereofonen UKW FM Sender beim Empfang decodiert, d. h. die beiden Stereosignale wieder einzeln zur Verfügung stellt. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Technischer Hintergrund 2… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • stereo — 1 noun 1 (C) a machine for playing records, cds etc that produces sound from two speakers (speaker (3)) 2 in stereo if music, a radio programme etc is in stereo, it is being played or broadcast using a system in which sound is directed through… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • AM stereo — is a term given to a number of mutually incompatible techniques for broadcasting stereo audio in the AM band in a manner that is compatible with standard AM receivers. There are two main classes of systems: independent sideband (ISB) systems,… …   Wikipedia

  • Radio broadcasting — Long wave radio broadcasting station, Motala, Sweden …   Wikipedia

  • FMX (broadcasting) — FMX is the name of a commercially unsuccessful noise reduction system developed in the 1980’s for FM broadcasting in the United States.FM Stereo broadcasting is known to incur up to a 23 dB noise penalty over that of monophonic FM broadcasting;… …   Wikipedia

  • FM broadcasting — See also: frequency modulation and FM broadcast band FM broadcasting is a broadcasting technology pioneered by Edwin Howard Armstrong which uses frequency modulation (FM) to provide high fidelity sound over broadcast radio. The term FM band… …   Wikipedia

  • Digital Audio Broadcasting — For other digital audio broadcasting systems, see Digital radio.   Countries with regular services …   Wikipedia


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