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Radio Frequency Essay Examples

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An Analysis of Radio Waves History and How They Carry Sound
Radio waves travel at 186,000 miles per second through air. In contrast, sound waves travel at only 1/5 of a mile per second. If a modulation is made of the radio wave that exactly reproduces the amplitude and frequency characteristics of the original sound wave, then sound can be transmitted rapidly over long distances. Th...
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Health Effects of Radio Frequency to Human
Other RF sources in the community: Paging and other communications antennae such as those used by fire, police and emergency services, operate at similar power levels as cellular base stations, and often at a similar frequency. In many urban areas television and radio broadcast antennae commonly transmit higher RF levels th...
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A History of Radio-wave Technology
Radio-wave technology is one of the most important technologies used by man. It has forever changed the United States and the world, and will continue to do so in the future. Radio has been a communications medium, a recreational device, and many other things to us. When British physicist James Clerk Maxwell published his t...
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A Look at the HAARP Low Frequency Radio Wave Generator and How It Works
HAARP is an extremely low frequency radio wave generator. It stands for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. It is a massive antennae array up in Alaska on the Copper River Basin. It's altitude fluctuates between 1000 and 3000 feet above sea level. It is operated by the US military, more specifically the Navy and...
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The Description of HAARP Low Frequency Radio Wave Generator
HAARP is an extremely low frequency radio wave generator. It stands for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. It is a massive antennae array up in Alaska on the Copper River Basin. It’s altitude fluctuates between 1000 and 3000 feet above sea level. It is operated by the US military, more specifically the Navy...
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An Overview of the History of the AA5
AA5 History History of the AA5 (All American 5ive) AM tube radio Possibly the longest lived consumer electronic product design was the five tube "AC/DC" AM radio. Virtually every household had at least a few over the years. These radios were low cost, and one expensive item designed out was the power transf...
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A Paper on Radio Reinvention Requests, Contests, Polls and Letters
Radio Reinvention Requests, contests, polls, letters, etc. are just some of the conventional gimmicks radio programs offer their listeners. Yes, at times it maybe entertaining, but admit it guys…these also sometimes tend to be boring. People pay attention to these kinds of programs if they have no more choice or they have n...
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The History, Principles and Use of Radio Communication and Technology
Mr. Zambizi
Physics
Radio is a form of communication in which intelligence is transmitted without
wires from one point to another by means of electromagnetic waves. Early forms
of communication over great distances were the telephone and the telegraph. They
required wires between the sender and receiver. Radio, on the other...
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An Overview of HAARP
HAARP HAARP is an extremely low frequency radio wave generator. It stands for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. It is a massive antennae array up in Alaska on the Copper River Basin. It s altitude fluctuates between 1000 and 3000 feet above sea level. It is operated by the US military, more specifically the N...
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An Overview of the Low Frequency Wave Generator HAARP
HAARP is an extremely low frequency radio wave generator. It stands for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. It is a massive antennae array up in Alaska on the Copper River Basin. It's altitude fluctuates between 1000 and 3000 feet above sea level. It is operated by the US military, more specifically the Navy and...
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Is Cell Phone Use Carcinogenic? Summary of Two, Scientific Articles
With all the new and upcoming technology out there, you would think that could develop something that we can communicate with that is portable like a cell phone and not carcinogenic. According to the article “Who Says Cell Phone Use ‘Possibly Carcinogenic’” said that the World Health Organization announced that using cell p...
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The Use of Radio Frequency Identivication Decive (RFID) Technology in Business
Introduction Businesses, today, are researching ways to improve their daily processes, both logically and physically. This may include better reporting of profit and loss, return on investment using a low cost technological solution. Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID) is one technology that many companies are con...
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An Overview of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology and How It Works
The need in control has always been essential for the human race. We have tried to control everything around since the times of caves by having guards, fires around, walls, and other similar things. People need to know that it is possible to control everything we can reach because otherwise we cannot relax and be calm. Anxi...
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A Description of HAARP an Extremely Low Frequency Radio Wave Generator
HAARPHAARP is an extremely low frequency radio wave generator. It stands for High Frequency Active AuroralResearch Program. It is a massive antennae array up in Alaska on the Copper River Basin. It s altitudefluctuates between 1000 and 3000 feet above sea level. It is operated by the US military, morespecifically the Navy a...
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An Analysis of the Two Modes of Propaganda, Ground Wave and Sky Wave
Propagation as defined by Webster Dictionary as "the phenomenon of radio frequency energy traveling through the earth's atmosphere, as well as through the empty space above the atmosphere". Once radio-frequency energy has been emitted from an antenna it will travel away from the antenna, where it is generated fr...
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The Advantages of Online Radio
Radio is something that has evolved right along with technology. It use to be radio was something you could only get on your boom box or in your car. Music wasn’t something you could easily take and listen to everywhere or choose what you wanted to listen to. Music use to be if you wanted to be able to listen to a song you...
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Expansion of Radio One
Introduction In 1980 Catherine Hughes and her husband raised money to purchase a radio station in Washington, D.C., for just under $1 million. They started the radio station by changing it from a R&B station and public affairs to talk radio. Starting off as radio hosts and becoming personalities throughout the years, t...
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How RadioFreeCash Has Become One of the Most Popular Online Radio Sites
In today's society radio serves as a popular source of entertainment. Online radio stations have been popping up all over the internet. A relatively new radio website, www.radiofreecash.com, now offers it's listeners money to tune in to their station. RadioFreeCash's innovative pay-to-listen strategy benefits the web indust...
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A History of Sam Phillips and His Radio Station WREC
Sam Phillips, a very successful man, accomplished so much in just one lifetime that most people could only dream about doing. Sam had worked at a radio station called WREC, but was fired for frequently being absent. While working at the radio station he had met a girl named Marian. Marian was with Sam when he discovered an...
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A History of the Radio in Mass-Communication
Radio
HISTORY
Towards the end of the 19th century scientists were attempting to send messages over distances without wires. They were not searching for a means of mass-communication, but simply exploring the possibility of using electromagnetic waves in order to communicate between two fixed points. There in no single inve...
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An Essay on the Development of Radio and Television
Radio And Television
The Development of Radio and Television
Radio is a part of most people's everyday lives, but more so is television. Television virtually emerged from radio, which set the foundation down for what is known today as the main source of mass media and communication. The reason being that almost all househol...
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An Introduction to the Analysis of the Radio Program Named Lights Outs
Introduction
This paper will focus on the investigation of the radio program named Lights outs that aired on a local radio station belonging to the National Broadcasting Cooperation from 1934 to 1947 (Obler 92). It was based on supernatural and horror events that were meant to boost ratings and give listeners an opportunity...
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The Changes in the Radio and Industries in America Between 1948 and 1952
As I began this assignment I expected to find some drastic differences in each of the mediums during this five-year period. While many of the changes that I anticipated did occur, there were many more that came as a surprise. From 1948 until 1952 there was a freeze on licenses being issued by the FCC. Thus, I expected to se...
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An Introduction to the Government Regulations on Radio Broadcasting in the United States
The FCC v. Pacifica Foundation: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS ON RADIO BROADCASTING In 1978 a radio station owned by Pacifica Foundation Broadcasting out of New York City was doing a program on contemporary attitudes toward the use of language. This broadcast occurred on a mid-afternoon weekday. Immediately before the broadcast...
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The Growth and Advancements of the Radio and Television Advertising
Radio and Television Advertising We are constantly surrounded by advertising. From bus stop benches to televsion commericals. Everywhere we lookd something is being advcertised. Two of the best ways to advertise are radio and television. These two mediums effect virtually everyone. Most of us listen to the radio or watc...
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