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Radio SETI observers look for narrow-band emissions, similar to the carrier signals used for radio and television. These are the pure-tone squeals your receiver uses to grab onto the more interesting aspects of the broadcast, namely the sound or picture (the accompanying figure shows that a TV signal actually has two of these carriers, one for video and another – less powerful – for audio.)

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