Monthly Archive: September 2010

Sep 21

T&L Episode 5: Show Notes

No show notes for this one, all. The content is pretty self explanatory.

Sep 21

T&L Episode 5: You’re Driving Me Crazy

In this episode of the QSK Netcast, your hero takes his road rage into the netcast arena. With a top-ten list of bad driving buffoonery to choose from, I stand on my soapbox for an entire episode and spout off to my heart’s content. Be warned, the explicit tag on this episode means EXPLICIT.  No two …

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Sep 01

T&L Episode 4: AM vs. FM

After a discussion on IRC that I’ve had several times before over the past few years, I decided to put my thoughts on the difference between AM and FM radio into a podcast. This talk gets a little bit technical but I think it’s easy enough for the average listener to follow. Thank you, Linux Basement, for mentioning the …

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Sep 01

T&L Episode 4: Show Notes

AM vs. FM Carrier Wave (Carrier) In telecommunications, a carrier wave, or carrier is a waveform (usually sinusoidal) that is modulated (modified) with an input signal for the purpose of conveying information. This carrier wave is usually of much higher frequency than the input signal. The purpose of the carrier is to transmit the information …

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