DO U HAVE A RADIO ?

@don123in (626)
India
November 28, 2006 2:12pm CST
DO U HAVE A RADIO ?
3 people like this
34 responses
@krysy1982 (1042)
• United States
1 Dec 06
Yes I have a radio
• India
29 Nov 06
yes
• India
29 Nov 06
i listen to radio on my cell
• India
29 Nov 06
i listen to radio on my cell
@binitkedia (1172)
• India
29 Nov 06
yup
@cr1st1nel (3567)
• Romania
29 Nov 06
I have one at home
@infohome (1222)
• India
29 Nov 06
yeah
@nkarthi (342)
• India
29 Nov 06
ya i have radio
@Niggywm (309)
• Latvia
29 Nov 06
ups... i just looked arround and - no! I dont have radio :-S
• India
29 Nov 06
Have,but not using
• Pakistan
29 Nov 06
yes i have a radio
• Pakistan
29 Nov 06
yes i have a radio
• Italy
29 Nov 06
Yes.. I have a radio!
@nvtellan (1907)
• Philippines
29 Nov 06
Yes. A small brand-less radio at that.
@raja_pro (923)
• India
29 Nov 06
yes i am having radio with me.
@raja_pro (923)
• India
29 Nov 06
yes i am having radio with me.
@edelweiss (1930)
• India
29 Nov 06
Yes, I have a radio.
@edelweiss (1930)
• India
29 Nov 06
Yes, I have a radio.
@mvsrao (4370)
• India
29 Nov 06
I have more than half a dozen radios ! I always listen to radio - Local Radio , FM , Shortwave & Satellite ... The portable Radio is the friend of common man .It is an adjunct to living . It forms a background for our normal day-to-day activities . It is not continuously listened to , but it plays while we work ;sings while we eat ; produces running sounds for desultory reading ;sits in the front basket when we bicycle ; ... melodifies the toilet ;and sees to it that there is no silence at any time .
@mihai80 (865)
• Romania
29 Nov 06
I listen to radio. Radio waves are a form of electromagnetic radiation, created whenever a charged object (in normal radio transmission, an electron) accelerates with a frequency that lies in the radio frequency (RF) portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. In radio, this acceleration is caused by an alternating current in an antenna. Radio frequencies occupy the range from a few tens of hertz to three hundred gigahertz, although commercially important uses of radio use only a small part of this spectrum.[1]