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Radio Quizzes & Trivia

While it was one of the most popular technologies in the mid-20th century, radio has now all but become obsolete. But that doesn’t mean it does not have a place in this world except for your car. We’ve got a quiz ready with all the questions a radio fan would want to answer. From its history, to technology it uses, you can find everything concerning radio right here.

Give it a shot: The word radio as in wireless conductor was first recorded in what year? The instantaneous frequency of the carrier is directly proportional to what? The electrical device which converts electric currents into radio waves and vice versa is called what? Get as many as you can right and prove that video did not kill the radio star.
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    Strength one of the radio telephony emission states:

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    At f=30MHz, the length of the mobile whip antenna is



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    The acronym CDMA stand for?


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