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Topic Title: Frequency Modulated Singing on BBC Radio 4
Topic Summary: Yodelling sounds the same on analogue and digital radio apparently
Created On: 21 May 2013 08:27 PM
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 21 May 2013 08:27 PM
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"BBC Radio 4 interrupted by yodelling"

"In search of a mystery yodeller"

"BBC Radio 4 is alive to the sound of yodelling"

"The Independent reports that music kicked in after the engine of the car Jones was being interviewed in had to be restarted after the battery went dead."

James Arathoon
 01 June 2013 04:30 PM
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The Beeb once received a complaint that the New York Police department radios were being block by their domestic services. It turned out that a high-order harmonic of the rogue h.p. transmitter was beating with a similar mishap from one of the Beeb's s.w. transmitters to produce he carrier frequency of the NYPD radio channel AND that there just happened to be a freak atmospheric phenomenon that was affording free passage across the Atlantic.

You can never be too sure.

Ken Green

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