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A radio receiver is placed at one corner of a table and again placed at some other corner of the same table. Loudspeaker output is changed because 

(a) image interference is reduced (b) adjacent channel interference is increased (c) of fading (d) line of sight propagation is not utilized

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A radio receiver is placed at one corner of a table and again placed at some other corner of the same table. Loudspeaker output is changed because of fading

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