That depends. The iPod nano 5th generation can receive radio signals. an ipod touch can also, but you have to buy a certain app
No, all apps require a Wi-Fi connection (internet signal). An iPod receives radio when it has a built in FM transmitter, which the iPod Touch does not have.
You should receive your radio signal nationwide.
to transmit or receive radio signal
transmitted via radio waves
GUGLIELMO MARCONI. He Sent and Receive His First Radio Signal in Italy In 1895.
Radio receivers are designed to receive radio signals in conjunction with a receiving antenna.
You cannot convert a standard radio to receive the satellite radio signal. You will have to purchase a Sirius satellite receiver.
Yes you do. If you had an iPhone, you would be able to do it as long as you had signal.
No. But in order to take advantage of everything that's encoded in the HD radio signal, you do need to have the special receiver.
Nowadays most receive a radio signal to set the time and keep it accurate
The audio from the broadcast radio station is converted into a series of electro-magnetic radio waves via an aerial, which is receieved by the aerial in a radio and demodulated back into an audible signal again.
Does it have a tape player? if so, get a tape adapter with a headphone jack to plug it in to the ipod. If not, get an iTrip or similar FM transmitter to transmit the signal to your car radio.