i came across this question when trying to understand the Radio data system and how it works on . while reading this (RDS operates by adding data to the baseband signal that is used to modulate the radio frequency carrier. The baseband signal consists of a number of components. Firstly there is the mono audio consisting of the left plus right (L+R) component that is transmitted at the normal audio frequencies up to 15 kHz. The stereo difference signal is then amplitude modulated as a double sideband suppressed carrier signal at 38 kHz).ok . there are two kind of stereos
Audio stereo and Video stereo
both refers to a similar term
Audio stereo : stands for sound being dividied into two separate channels (speakers) for the aim to support the sound simultaneously in two speakers to also provide the chance to mix different sounds. the idea is inspired because a human has two ears trying to make it realistic as much as possible. such as in a movie when a car passes the audio is divided in a way to give a sound (Doppler) from an ear to ear as the car is realistically passing in front of the audience.
Video stereo : two saperate images of the same objects, being taken slightly different in order to simulate 3D view for human eye. there are many different ways to get to the 3d effect which i wont discuss here
here is a good illustration
there are three weeks ahead of me to end the third year of applied communication engineering , one year ahead of graduating and i still do not know under what frequency lies the low , high frequency!!!! but i do know that microwave(not the range but the one u use ate your house) is the most used frequency in the world 2.4 gigahertz