FM Radio Aerials installers in Kent
FM, which stands for frequency modulation, is also known as VHF (very high frequency). The FM broadcasting band extends from 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz. although FM
has the potential to deliver excellent quality when connected to a suitable FM AERIAL, most reception problems on FM radio are caused either by a weak signal or by
some kind of interference.
The reception you get can be influenced by a number of factors:
Reception can vary within a localised area, and some remote areas of the UK are without usable FM signals. unless connected to a external FM Radio Antenna.
Under certain weather conditions, interference can occur between transmitters using the same frequencies. This is more likely in warmer weather, and is most prevalent along the coast.
Pirate radio interference can be a frequent nuisance, particularly in urban areas.
The precise position of your FM radio can affect reception significantly. It can even vary between stations.
Pull-out or ribbon aerials used inside the room are prone to picking up interference from household equipment of all kinds
An external FM Radio Antenna can resolve these problems.
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