The FM receivers being described in chapter 3.15 are the amateur solutions. These are extremely simple devices, that cannot perform the noiseless tuning, automatic oscillator frequency regulation and other features that ensure very high quality of the reproduction, being expected from an UHF FM receiver. The true solution is the superheterodyne FM receiver, whose block-diagram is given on Pic.4.6.Station signals are taken from the dipole antenna and led through the appropriate cable into the input circuit (UK). Inside it, the signal selection is performed, of station whose frequency is fS, this signal is then amplified in the HF amplifier and led into the mixer. As in the case of earlier described AM receiver, the inter-frequency signal is obtained at the mixer output, whose carrier frequency is fm=10.7 MHz (this is the standard value, used in all radio-broadcast FM receivers). The IF signal is being amplified in the IF amplifier and led on the amplitude limiter (Ogr.). In this stage the signal whose amplitude exceeds certain level is being cut off, accomplishing with this the elimination of the parasite amplitude modulation, which is performed by various noise sources during the transmission (atmospheric charges, various electrical devices etc.), which significantly improves the signal quality. The signal then goes to the FM signal detector, where the information being modulated in the transmitter is extrapolated from the signal, followed by the LF part of the receiver. With AFC the circuit that performs the automatic frequency regulation of the local oscillator is labelled.