5. AM vs FM: Signal Quality: Signal quality is a lot superior in FM than AM as amplitude based signals are more susceptible to noise than those which use frequency. Moreover, noise signals are difficult to filter out in AM reception whereas FM receivers easily filter out noise using the capture effect and pre-emphasis, de-emphasis effects. In capture effect, the receiver locks itself to catch stronger signal so that signals received are more synced with that at the transmitting end.In pre-emphasis, de-emphasis process, the signal is further amplified to a higher frequency at sending end (pre-emphasis) and vice versa at receiver end (de-emphasis). These two processes reduce down the chances of a signal to get mixed with other signals and make FM more immune to noise than AM.6. Fading: Fading refers to power variation during signal transmission. Due to fading, the power with the signal received can vary significantly and reception wouldn’t be of a good quality. Fading is more prominent in amplitude modulation as compared to frequency modulation. That is why, AM radio channels often face the problem where sound intensity varies while FM radio channels have constant good reception.