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  • Slide Motion Lab Report

    Slide Motion Describe the movement of the slide as you move the slide toward/ away from you. Describe the movement of the slide as you move the slide from side to side. Looking at the slide, when the slide moves toward me, the image would seem to move away. Vice versa when the slide moves away, it would come towards me. Similarly, when the slide was moved from right to left, the image would go to the opposite side. So going right the image would seem to go left, and when the slide was moved to the left the image would go to the right. Relationship Describe the relationship between the direction the stage/slide is moved and the direction of movement in the field of view? There is an inverse relationship between the directions slide is moved and direction of movement in the field of view. As explained in the previous question, when the slide was moved either towards or away, and side-to-side it would appear to go to the opposite side. Therefore, the relationship is formed between both direction of slide and direction of movement in fov. Focus Why do some parts of the specimen appear to be in focus when other parts are not? Some parts of the specimen do not appear in focus because the specimen is not equally proportioned, some parts might be smaller and/ or not as equally thick. In addition, the depth of the microscope is limited because you can only focus on one layer at a time. You would have to section off certain areas by using the fine focus knob in order to…

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  • Questions On Filters

    Example: The combination or mixing of the audio and also video signal that two of the forms make a channel in TV. In the radio transmitters, these blenders are utilized to adjust a bearer recurrence. Dynamic blenders can build the item flag quality and they enhance the seclusion between the ports. Inactive blenders can utilize the diode furthermore the fancied yield has the lower force than the info signal. Side bands: The Radio transmission includes that in making up a data about sound…

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  • Polarization In Antenna

    received signal in some manner and in the end there will be still some loss in the information. Usually Linear Polarization antennas are used in radio communication antennas. Vertical Polarization is mainly used in mobile radio communication because their antennas are usually designed to have an omnidirectional radiation patterns and this give us a relief of re-orientation of the antenna. RF Microwave Antenna are the best example of polarization of the dielectric in their antennas. Some large…

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  • How Does Radio Affect Society

    the invention of radio has caused the most impact for society as it provided society with easier communication and later on entertainment alongside with access to information. Guliemlo Maroni the Italian man who is credited as the inventor of radio. Marconi read a biography from Heinrich Hertz, a German physicist who proved the theory of electromagnetic waves to which Marconi used his experiment by sending transmissions from one side of the room to the other. Marconi took his idea to the Italian…

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  • Media Censorship

    In 1970, the FCC adopted its prohibition of cross-media ownership between FM radio stations and television stations within the same market. The FCC under the Nixon Administration prohibited newspaper cross ownership of radio or television stations (Yanich, 2014). When the Commission adopted the rule, it grandfathered newspaper/broadcast combinations in many markets, forcing dispossession only in highly concentrated markets. As a result, approximately seventy grandfathered newspaper/broadcast…

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  • Invention Of The Telegraph Essay

    Invention of the Telegraph The telegraph is one of the inventions that started long distance communication. To begin with, Samuel Morse came up with the marvelous idea of this invention. However, he did have a competitor by the name of Charles Wheatstone. The original telegraph was developed in the 1830s. It was tested and updated through a number of years from when it was invented. It’s actually quite impressive how this whole system was developed. According to ‘Morse Code and the…

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  • Media And The Media On Immigration

    The reading for this week declared accurate data of how the media (newspapers articles and television stations) can control and manipulate salience and how it impacts the general public on immigration as a whole. I did appreciate the article speaking of the reasons why the media uses only certain data or stories to release. The media has studied Americans and knows what will encourage them to watch the news or read their articles. The news media is the gatekeeper to what the public hears…

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  • Essay On Advantages And Disadvantages Of OFDM

    filters it was very difficult to filter closely packed adjacent channels. 2.Multicarrier modulation:- it is not convenient and efficient to transfer a high rate data stream through a channel, the signal is divided into a number of signals over that frequency range. Each of these signals are individually modulated and transmitted over the channel. At the receiver end, these signals are fed to a demux where it is demodulated and recombined to obtain the original signal. 3.OFDM:- Orthogonal…

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  • Social Media Effects On Today's Society

    it seems we aren’t able to control. Social media and cell phones are beginning to change our lives and the way we live daily. We tend to pay more attention to our phones than we do anything else around us. Some don’t tend to realize the risks they are taking. People don’t communicate as much in person as they used too. How many accidents occur from people being on their phones while driving? Are mother’s being distracted from taking care of their children because of their phones? What effects of…

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  • The Similarities And Differences To Wifi And Wi-Fi

    comparing Li-Fi and Wi-Fi considering various aspects. LI-FI is a visible light technology to achieve high speed wireless communication by using visible light to transfer data. It acquired this name due to its similarity to WI-FI which utilizes radio waves for transfer of data. WI-FI is great for extensive wireless coverage in buildings but has severe limitations for high density wireless information coverage in limited space and has radio waves interference issues; While Li-Fi greatly…

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