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    23.maximum

    Tune to maximum the 16 MHz to the signal of a transmitter, respectively.What's the funcion of "aximum"?Thank you!

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    Re: 23.maximum

    16 megahertz (MHz) is the highest level on a typical low-power FM transmitter. "Maximum" means the ultimate, the most, the highest it can go. In this case "maximum" is a noun - it is a unit of measure.

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    Re: 23.maximum

    Quote Originally Posted by Ouisch View Post
    16 megahertz (MHz) is the highest level on a typical low-power FM transmitter. "Maximum" means the ultimate, the most, the highest it can go. In this case "maximum" is a noun - it is a unit of measure.
    According to your explanation ,why is the before "16",not before maximum?I am sorry have no material at to check it.It should read like this. Tune the maximum of 16 MHz to the signal of a transmitter, respectively. Am I right?Thank you.

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