The signals from many radio stations broadcasting at different frequencies are hitting your radio's antenna at the same time. When you tune to your favorite station, the electronics inside
your radio amplify the signal at the frequency broadcast by the station. The signal from your favorite station is broadcast from a transmission site that may be several miles away.
You may have noticed that if you're listening to a radio station while driving in a car, sometimes the station gets fuzzy and you'll hear another station at the same time. Sometimes you lose
the station completely. How far can you drive before that happens? Does the distance vary depending on the station you listen to?