Amateur radio bands

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  • Investigating The Marine Safety Of The Facility For The Export Of Coper And Zinc

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    Good day, The undersigned visited the port of Punto Lobitos, the shipment facility for the export of Coper and Zinc Concentrates. The purpose of this visit was to assess the marine safety of the facility and the relevant environmental safety aspects. The facility has been in operation since 2001 and is capable of exporting 1,800,000 t of copper and zinc concentrates annually. The Port Facilities include receiving tanks for the slurry, treatment facilities, storage shed for 160,000 t of concentrate

  • Alternative Communication Systems... during disasters

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    and instilling confidence among its customers. Modes for Emergency Communication RADIO COMMUNICATIONS In the scenario where normal telephone and mobile phone network is disrupted or such services have never existed in the disaster affected area, we need to find out other reliable means of communicating urgent messages from the site to shorter and longer distances. The first obvious choice is to establish a wireless radio

  • Implementing A Flexible Open Architecture Based Radio System

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    Software defined radio (SDR) aims to overcome the limitation of the conventional radio by building a flexible open architecture based radio system. Functional modules of the radio system are implemented on reprogrammable/reconfigurable hardware platforms using software. So highly flexible. Useful for global roaming services as SDR is able to interoperate with different wireless protocols, incorporate new services, and upgrade to new standards. Hence for implementing a given radio scheme, we required

  • Pros And Cons Of Solar And Solar Energy

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    repeater for ham radios. Ham radio is a shorter way of saying amerature radio operator. The name comes from the first amerature wireless station, the owners were named; Albert S. Hyman, Bob Almy, Poogie Murray. They called the radio station Hyman- Almy- Murray, or HAM. My father peaked my interest in ham radios when we started hunting because ham radios have the ability to use more power than just regular walkie talkies, and the more power the radio uses the farther the distance the radio wave can travel

  • The Child Of A Pastor And A Housewife

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    The child of a pastor and a housewife, Samuel Morse was born on April 27, 1791. He was an inventor and an artist during the 19th century. His invention of the telegraph, along with the creation of the famous Morse code used to send messages across a radio wave, would change the history and use of messaging. These inventions would make a huge impact during certain events like the Civil War and the tragic sinking of the Titanic. Samuel Finley Breese Morse was born on April 27, 1791 in Charlestown

  • Reflection Essay

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    I spent the first years of my life in Pensacola, Florida. I was raised by a single parent, my Mom, and learned a lot about independence and women’s rights. Pensacola is a Navy town and she worked at the base. She would invite Navy people to our home during the holidays which taught me a lot about diversity. I learned a lot about from the people that came to visit and we had good times. They were in all colors and from various parts of the country. By the time I was in school, I had no fear of people

  • A New Pollution? Essay

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    waves (EMF). Any room you enter is being blanketed with ever increasing amounts of, in some cases, highly powerful electromagnetic waves. These waves carry everything from cell phone traffic to wireless internet signals, to even conventional AM/FM radio signals. Although humans and animals cannot perceive most of these electromagnetic frequencies, they can affect biological organisms in many ways that scientists currently do not even understand. Even further, demand for such wireless applications

  • Wireless Networks : An Indispensable Tool

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    Wireless Networks Micheal Bennett Nova Southeastern University Abstract Wireless communication has become an indispensable tool in the world today. Most of the world is connected and as a result, we have been able to carry out multiple tasks in a short time leaving us spare time to engage in other activities that demand our attention. Wireless networks have gone through several developmental phases to offer the fast and efficient services that we have presently. In this paper, I discuss

  • The Wake Forest Emergency Communications Plan

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    Summary: The Wake Forest Emergency Communications Plan (WFECP) is intended to provide information, strategies and 24-hour radio, telephone, and internet capabilities in the event of a disastrous situation. The WFECP provides clear and concise information as to what types of communication equipment is available, leadership and agency roles and alternative equipment that will be used if primary equipment is overburdened or destroyed. This plan also serves in cooperation with the North Carolina Emergency

  • American Broadcasting System

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    did the radio networks (NBC, CBS, and ABC) maintain control of the system following the rise of television? Refer to lectures, handouts, and the essay by Michelle Hilmes. One of the characteristics of the American broadcast system was one way transmission. This type of transmission is from one point to a mass audience. The second characteristic is private ownership which is that broadcasting entities would be privately owned enterprises. One example of this is the formation of the radio corporation