Amplitude Modulation index ranges from 0 to 1, requires low bandwidth in the range of 10 kHz, operates in medium and high frequency ranges of 535 to 1705 Kilohertz, has a simple circuit with only two side bands, and receives low quality signals with poor sound quality.
With the independence of in 1957 Radio Malaya was split into two; the original studios in Singapore was taken over by a new station called Radio Singapura currently known as and Radio Malaya moved to , going on air from the new location on 1 January 1959.
In the earlier days of communications, the necessary bandwidth for transmission of signals was not wide and even they do not hold the ability to reduce the interference signals.
In these cases, an airline may use the frequency of the entity that is handling them at the airport.
The only bug seems to be the decimal place display error.
It is the oldest Malaysian Chinese-language radio station, and also Malaysia's only Chinese radio station until 1996, began broadcasting as a trilingual radio station.