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  • Disk Jockey Research Paper

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    profession. The world's first radio disc jockey was Ray Newby, of Stockton, California. In 1909, at 16 years of age, he began regularly playing records on a small transmitter while a student at Herrold College of Engineering and Wireless, located in San Jose, California, under the authority of radio pioneer Charles "Doc" Herrold. (“History of the Disk Jockey”). By 1910, regular radio broadcasting had started to use "live" as well as prerecorded sound. In the early radio age, content typically included

  • What Was The Dj's Like When The Radio First Came Out?

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    wait all day to hear your favorite song played on the radio? Have you wondered how it was when the radio first came out? What were the DJ’s like and what were the most popular things heard on the radio? If you have thought about any of these things then keep reading! Everyone is thinking about weird things on a bus or when waiting for someone to pick them up but to keep you busy you can read this and fill your wonders with how the radio started. In 1909 Scott Leon invented the Phonautograph

  • Radio Communication : Radio And Radio

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    The radio has been the first device to allow for mass communication. Radio development began as ‘wireless telegraphy.” In the 1920’s the radio was basically used to contact ships that were out at sea. Radio communications were mostly gained by the use of Morse code messages. During the war, the military used it almost entirely and it became a costly tool in sending and getting messages to the armed forces. In the 1920s, after the war, radios began to grow in popularity amongst the people. Across

  • Are Cell Phones Dangerous?

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    Introduction In this project, I am going to investigate the question ‘are cell phones dangerous’. I will show how a cell-phone works and how radiation caused by cell-phones may affect you, I will show you different viewpoints from different sources and go through identifying key points and evaluate their arguments I will then give you my own opinion based on the facts and research I have conducted. What is the electromagnetic spectrum? The electromagnetic spectrum is a range of different Electromagnetic

  • Is technology inevitable or unpredictable?

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    and distance. This would give way to voice communications (the telephone). Meanwhile, wireless communication was being developed; we had the AM radio first with FM following later. These were (and are) not only used for broadcast but for two way communication. Enter the computer age and we went from a computer that would more than fill an average college classroom and could only perform basic math to a device you hold in your hand, weighs less than a pound and can perform highly advanced calculations

  • Lee de Forest

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    Lee De Forest Lee De Forest was born Aug. 26, 1873, Council Bluffs, Iowa. De Forest was the son of a Congregational minister. His father moved the family to Alabama and there assumed the presidency of the nearly bankrupt Talladega College for Negroes. Excluded by citizens of the white community who resented his father 's efforts to educate blacks, Lee and his brother and sister made friends from among the black children of the town and spent a happy although sternly disciplined childhood

  • Li-Fi: An Infallible Standard For Future Indoor Communication.

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    Soudgar Rahul V. Nimse, Walchand College of Engineering, Opp. Willingdon P.O,Vsihrambagh, Sangli,Maharashtra India. Prof. A. R. Surve, Assisstant Professor Walchand Collge of Engineering, Sangli Abstract Li-Fi or Light Fidelity is a concept more often considered related to Wi-Fi which is Wireless Fidelity, but is far more dissimilar right from the core concept. Li-Fi as opposed to Radio waves in Wi-Fi uses Visible Light

  • Radio Waves And The Radio

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    The science of radios has been around for a long time, with many scientists making contributions. It all started in 1860 James Maxwell predicted the existence of radio waves. In 1886, Heinrich Hertz proved that radio waves could be manipulated to form sound. Radio waves were first put to work to make telegraphs, but then Lee DeForest figured out how to amplify waves to make them audible over long distances, effectively inventing the first radio. By 1915, humans had perfected AM radio broadcasting

  • Audio And Video Has Been Used Since 1850 ' S

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    Audio and video has been used since 1850’s. Over the past years look at the first Star wars to now the last star wars and the difference between them of the quality, have we really came that far in technology? Has dated back to the first phonogram to mp3 players. First invention was from thomas edison by creating the very first phonogram. This paper is over the advancement of audio and video since the beginning to modern day. Last year i was in a class called Career Preparation, in the second semester

  • Radio Analysis

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    Radio Analysis 1. Introduction Every day, many people tune in to radio news. In Britain alone, every week over 12 million listen to news bulletins from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on five radio networks. The language of the news media, especially of radio news, offers a number of areas which are worth researching and investigating. An investigation of the linguistic features of the language in radio news - similar to any other investigation - needs a definition of what is to be