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Question 1: In ________, multiples of 50 kHz are used.
SicilyRomeFranceItaly

Question 2: Such inexpensive wireless microphones are generally sold as toys for ________ or similar purposes, allowing the user to use an FM radio as an output rather than a dedicated amplifier and speaker.
KaraokeTokyoHong KongJapan

Question 3: Starting on 1 October 2006 these devices became legal in most countries in the ________.
European UnionDenmarkEuropean ParliamentGermany

Question 4: Similar transmitters are often included in ________ receivers and some toys.
Satellite radioDigital radioSirius Satellite RadioXM Satellite Radio

Question 5: This narrowband signal runs at only 1187.5 ________, thus is only suitable for text.
Video codecData compressionVideo compressionBit rate

Question 6: Random noise has a 'triangular' spectral distribution in an FM system, with the effect that noise occurs predominantly at the highest frequencies within the ________.
ModulationBasebandOrthogonal frequency-division multiplexingModem

Question 7: - '________' Format"), but it wasn't until 1978 that listenership to FM stations exceeded that of AM stations.
WMMSWAAF (FM)Rock musicAlbum-oriented rock

Question 8: Eventually, presuming widespread deployment of ________ receivers, the analog services could theoretically be discontinued and the FM band become all digital.
Sirius Satellite RadioHD RadioDigital radioSatellite radio

Question 9: The individual systems were evaluated for their strengths and weaknesses during field tests in ________ using KDKA-FM in Pittsburgh as the originating station.
Greensburg, PennsylvaniaUniontown, PennsylvaniaWashington, PennsylvaniaFayette County, Pennsylvania

Question 10: In the United States, digital radio services are being deployed within the FM band rather than using Eureka 147 or the Japanese standard ________.
DMB-T/HATSC (standards)Digital Video BroadcastingISDB







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