Radio Signals And Energy
Energy is required to create a radio signal. Radio signals use the energy from the transmitter that accelerates electric charge in the transmitting antenna. A radio signal carries this energy from the transmitting antenna
to the receiving antenna. Only a small fraction of the transmitter's power is normally intercepted by any one receiving antenna, but even a vanishingly-small received signal can be amplified electronically millions of times as required.
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