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What does FM stand for?

FM stands for Frequency Multiplier (NIOSH)

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The MIT researchers built an experimental graphene chip known as a frequency multiplier, meaning it is capable of taking an incoming electrical signal of a certain frequency and producing an output signal that is a multiple of that frequency.
Products include amplifiers, attenuators, data converters, frequency dividers and detectors, frequency multipliers, high speed digital logic, interface, mixers and converters, modulators and demodulators, oscillators, passives, phase lock loop (PLL), phase shifters, power detectors, sensors, switches, synthesizers, and variable gain amplifiers.
begins with telephone and wireless communication systems and GPS, then continues to radar systems, radio frequency propagation, RF noise and link analysis, modulation techniques, RF amplifiers, oscillators, frequency multipliers, mixers, modulators, demodulators, and block diagrams, advancing to RF components and circuits such as transmission lines and devices, waveguides, antennas, lumped constant components, transformer devices, piezoelectric and ferrimagnetic devices, acoustic devices, semiconductor diodes, bipolar and field-effect transistors, and high- power vacuum tubes.
Products include amplifiers, attenuators, broadband time delay, comparators, data converters, DC power conditioning, DC power management, dielectric resonator oscillators, filters-tunable, frequency dividers and detectors, frequency multipliers, high speed digital logic, interface, limiting amplifiers, mixers and converters, modulators and demodulators, multiplexers and demultiplexers, oscillators, passives, phase lock loop (PLL), PLL with integrated VCOs, phase shifters, power detectors, sensors, switches, synthesizers, transimpedance amplifiers and variable gain amplifiers.
Products include amplifiers, attenuators, data converters, frequency dividers and detectors, frequency multipliers, high speed digital logic, interface, mixers and converters, modulators and demodulators, oscillators, passives, phase lock loop (PLL), phase shifters, power detectors, sensors, switches, synthesizers, and variable gain amplifiers.
Products include amplifiers, attenuators, broadband time delay, comparators, data converters, DC power conditioning, DC power management, dielectric resonator oscillators, filters-tunable, frequency dividers and detectors, frequency multipliers, high speed digital logic, interface, limiting amplifiers, mixers and converters, modulators and demodulators, mux/demux, oscillators, passives, phase lock loop (PLL), PLL with integrated VCOs, phase shifters, power detectors, sensors, switches, synthesizers, transimpedance amplifiers and variable gain amplifiers.