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Personal Frequency Modulation System

Personal frequency modulation (FM) systems are like miniature radio stations operating on special frequencies.

The personal FM system consists of a transmitter microphone used by the speaker (such as the teacher in the classroom, or the speaker at a lecture) and a receiver used by the listener.

The receiver transmits the sound to the listener's ears or, if they wear a hearing aid, directly to the hearing aid.

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