Brazilian Navy will have FM radio channel

Brazilian Navy will have FM radio channel
Brazilian Navy will have FM radio channel
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The Ministry of Communications granted authorization for the Brazilian Navy to operate a Frequency Modulated Sound Broadcasting Service (FM) in Brasília (DF), with the purpose of offering educational content. This decision was made official through the publication of an ordinance in the Official Gazette of the Union (DOU) this Monday, 1.

According to the details provided in the ordinance signed by the Minister of Communications, Juscelino Filho, the FM radio station will operate on the 76.5 MHz frequency and is designed to benefit approximately three million people in the region.

However, it is important to note that the operation of the station is subject to authorization for the use of radio frequency and the issuance of an operating license by the competent authorities.

Juscelino expressed that the authorization granted will make it possible to expand the reach of the educational and quality programming made available by MB to an even greater number of Brazilians.

He highlighted the relevance of recognizing the role of radio stations with educational purposes, emphasizing that it is through them that we contribute to strengthening access to information and people’s training.

“It is very important to value the role of radios with an educational mission. This is how we help strengthen access to information and training for people.”

In FM (Frequency Modulated) radio broadcasting, the audio signal is used to modulate radio waves into different frequencies, ranging from 76 MHz to 108 MHz. This differs from amplitude modulation (AM), where the waves vary in amplitude .

The main advantage of FM is clearer, interference-free audio quality. This means listeners can enjoy radio programming without unwanted noise, making it ideal for a variety of radio formats such as commercial, educational and community.

FM’s ability to avoid interference ensures that listeners have consistent, seamless access to programming regardless of what type of station they are tuning into.

The article is in Portuguese

Tags: Brazilian Navy radio channel

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