AM Radio is a common example of Am modulation.
- 550 to 1720kHz will be the frequency band of AM radio.
- The full range of spectrum will be up to 20kHz, but the upper modulating frequency is limited to 5kHz.This will result in a maximum bandwidth of 10.
- FCC can assign station frequencies that are 10kHz apart without fear of overlap
- Filling up of the AM band, assigning stations every 10kHz, there will be 107 available transmitter frequencies