Trust SP-2993Wi Alarm Clock Radio

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What do AM and PM stand for? Verified
AM stands for Ante Meridiem and indicates that the time is before midday. PM stands for Post Meridiem and indicates that the time is past midday.

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What is the difference between FM and AM? Verified
FM and AM are both forms of modulation used to transmit a signal. FM stands for Frequency Modulation and AM stands for Amplitude Modulation. AM is the oldest form of modulation. The biggest difference is that the FM signal is much stronger than the AM signal.

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What is GMT? Verified
GMT stands for Greenwich Mean Time (sometimes called UTC, standing for Coordinated Universal Time). It is the time for the longitude 0, that passes through Greenwich near London.

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