FM

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FM or Fm may refer to:

In science and technology[edit]

  • Frequency modulation, the carrying of information over an electromagnetic wave by varying its frequency. Its most common applications are:
  • Fm, the chemical symbol for fermium
  • FM (chemotherapy), a chemotherapy regimen using Fludarabine and Mitoxantrone
  • Ferrous metal, any ferromagnetic metal (iron, nickel, cobalt, neodymium, or praseodymium)
  • Fathom, a marine unit of length
  • fm, the symbol for femtometre, a unit of length also called a fermi
  • fM, the symbol for femtomolar, a unit of molar concentration
  • .fm, country-code top-level domain (ccTLD) of the Federated States of Micronesia
  • FM Towns, one of a line of personal computers by Fujitsu
  • Formula Mazda, SCCA Class designation FM
  • File manager or file browser, a computer program that provides a user interface to work with file systems
  • Fleet Management usually in GPS-based tracking

People[edit]

  • F.M. Einheit (born 1958), German musician, ex-member of Einstürzende Neubauten
  • Ferdinand Marcos (1917–1989), President of the Philippines
  • FM-2030 (1930–2000), transhumanist philosopher

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Other uses[edit]

  • Family medicine, a medical specialty devoted to comprehensive health care for people of all ages
  • Female, the sex of an organism, or a part of an organism, which produces non-mobile ova (egg cells)
  • U.S. Army Field Manuals, in U.S. Army parlance
  • Facility management, an interdisciplinary field devoted to the co-ordination of all business support services
  • Farm-to-market road (sometimes written "F-t-M"), a state or county road which connects rural and agricultural areas to market towns. Abbreviated "FM" in Texas, United States
  • Farmers' market, consists of individual vendors
  • Fibromyalgia, a chronic syndrome
  • FM (chemotherapy), a chemotherapy regimen consisting of Fludarabine and Mitoxantrone

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