First, all of the new radios use the CPU, so math is a given.
The older radios used crystals and multipliers, again. math.
But, who all knows the significance of N=n+ in radio?
And, why is it that radio will run out of spectrum at 10,000 nanometers.
What is at 300 MHz?
What is it called?
And, what are the names of the group of numbers.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_large_numbers
I bring this up as some people have said that they do not understand the American radio tests.
Even I have trouble with them, they are in an outdated format, the English measure.
To figure out how long 10 meters is in the metric system, use a "Yardstick" marked in meters.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yardstick
I am not saying dumb the test down, but allow both English and Metric measure testing.
Once you look at my questions you will see a direct correlation between the metric system and radio.
I do not tune the the 32 foot band, I tune 10 meters.
There has always been this correlation between the metric system and radio.