Why Some AM Radio Stations Don’t Work at Night
Broadcasters worry about end of A.M. radio | Morning in America
Here are some cool things the average person may never know about how a signal leaves an antenna.
Ionospheric Layers: D, E, F, F1, F2, Regions Within the ionosphere there are several different ionospheric regions which affect the propagation of radio signals & radio communications in different ways – the D layer, E layer, F layer which splits into F1 and F2 layers all affect radio signals differently. Click here to read more.