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research on radio waves, to us, radio waves were just waves going through the atmosphere, carrying sound from one place to another. Those were our ignorant days! We did not realize the complicated terms and theories involved. In the following report you will see how we advanced in our knowledge of radio waves, and we hope it will do the same for you. Radio waves are a combination of two kinds of electric vibrations. Audio frequency waves, which represent voice and other sounds and radio frequency...

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Radio Waves

Radio Waves In the modern society, radio is the most widely used medium of broadcasting and electronic communication : it plays a major role in many areas such as public safety, industrial manufacturing, processing, agriculture, transportation, entertainment, national defense, space travel, overseas communication, news reporting and weather forecasting. In radio broadcasts, they use the radio waves which can be both microwaves and longer radio waves. These are transmitted in two ways: amplitude...

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Radio as medium of mass communication

Radio is widely used mass communication medium and has a great potentiality in dissemination of information as radio signals cover almost entire world. More than 177 radio stations are there across the country. Almost 97 percent of the population is reached by the radio. Radio being a convenient form of entertainment caters to a large audience. With the invention of transistors this medium has reached the common man in urban and rural areas of India but the utilization of radio is more among rural...

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Radio Waves and Electromagnetic Fields

activity. You may cut and paste this worksheet to a new Word document and adjust the spacing to fit your needs. Procedures •Open the simulation. •Explain how the radiating electric field (or electromagnetic signal) is produced when radio stations broadcast. A radio wave (radiating electric field) propagates out from the source, traveling at the speed of light. The source, for example an antenna, creates oscillating electric(E)/ magnetic(B) fields. These fields are perpendicular not only to each...

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History of Radio Advertising

Radio Advertising Radio advertising is one of the earliest and most popular forms of advertising in today's world of mass media. Although television has shifted much of the audience away from radio it is undisputable that radio is always there. Radio is broadcasted everywhere twenty-four hours a day and always has the breaking news. Walter Cronkite, a famous broadcast journalist, started his career in radio and concluded, "Radio has its own special strengths and contributions. While TV pulls...

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Fm Band Radio in Tv

Case: ADVERTISING RADIO FM BRAND 1. What is non – verbal communication? Why do you suppose that this commercial relies primarily on non – verbal communication between a young man and a gorgeous woman? What types of non – verbal communication are being used in this case? A form of message/communication in which language is not used is called non – verbal communication. Anthropologists point out that man used non – verbal means very long back before existence of linguistic symbols for communication...

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Death Of The Traditional Radio

Katelyn Anderson Reflection Paper 1 Comm 100 October 4, 2012 Since the invention of the radio, its popularity had grown immensely into the 1990s making news, music and entertainment available for people all across the nation. The radio had given people availability to immediate news, unlike newspapers which were not printed until the next day or magazines which were printed on a monthly basis. The radio also gave recording artists the opportunity to have their music heard consequently giving listeners...

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history of radio pakistan

 Assignment of Evolution Mass Media SUBMITTED BY: MUHAMMAD AZEEM KHAN SUBMITTED TO SIR:ATIF SHEHZAD DEPARTMENT OF MEDIA&MASS COMMUNICATION REG#639-FSS/BSMC/S14 FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES RADIO PAKISTAN IN THE LIGHT OF HISTORY March 1926 The Indian Broadcasting Company (IBC)‚ a private Company‚ was formed 23rd July‚ 1927 IBC started a station at Bombay‚ thus beginning organized broadcasting in Indo-Pakistan‚ sub-continent 1928 A small transmitting station was set up at Lahore April 1930...

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Digital Radio Broadcasting Case Study

Nowadays, digital radio broadcasting has grown to become a global trend in the radio broadcasting industry. It is reckoned to be a new form of communication technology that was used by many broadcasting industries since 1990, particularly in the United States of America (USA), United Kingdom (UK), Germany, France and Canada. Numerous of studies were done by Brian O’Neill, 2007; Stephan Lax, 2008; Marko Ala-Fossi, 2010; Anderson, 2012; Kate Lacey, 2013; Krstic, 2014; and Jackson, 2015 regarding digital...

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Radio Waves and Microwaves

Radio waves and Microwaves Radio communications Radio waves are used to broadcast radio or television signals from transmitters, which are then converted into electrical signals with an aerial (which is made out of metal to absorb the radio waves) so you can hear and see them. When done so the aerial converts this wave into an electrical signal (because of the electromagnetic waves energy exciting particles in the aerial and causing them to oscillate/vibrate and thus create an electrical current)...

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