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    Analyse the values of voltages in generation, transmission and distribution? Task 4 (D1) Electricity has greatly evolved from what it once was, to be fit for our modern day consumption and usage. Electrical engineering was first pioneered in the early 19th century, and great progress had been made by the time the 19th century came to a close. Most of the advancements were made by the likes of Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla and George Westinghouse; who all aided in making electricity what it is today. In 1878 Thomas Edison started out by working on a long lasting incandescent lamp, that overcame the problems that some of the earlier designs by other inventors had. He realised that he would need a lamp that had high resistance and a low voltage,…

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    Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) are a suite of protocols designed for large-scale internetworks that span LAN and WAN environments. TCP/IP are communication protocols that are used to handle traffic on the internet and other networks. The two most important protocols are the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and the Internet Protocol (IP). These are today the standard networking protocols and were created from a synthesis of a number of earlier developments in the…

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    Transmission Of Pinworms

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    “Humans are the only hosts, with infection occurring most commonly in young children” (Suh & Keystone, 2015). Being that young children are the most commonly exposed and infected, pinworms become easily transmitted largely due to the fact of knowledge deficit in regards to transmission and prevention. The nematode can be easily spread in daycare centers, camps, schools or anytime children are in close contact. “Up to a quarter of all children worldwide are estimated to be infected with pinworm”…

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    After viewing the video on Neurotransmitters, in explaining how neurotransmitter transmission occurs, I would first tell my client that our brain has what’s called a reward system. When we use drugs, eat, gamble, shop, etc. the chemicals in our brain gives us a reward system that makes us feel good. Through our nerve cells in our brain, messages are delivered through what’s called neurotransmitters. Our nerve cells, also known as neurons are not connected and the messages must be sent from one…

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    Stepper Motor Reflection

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    Motor & Gearbox The mirrors are required to rotate specific angles. To be able to achieve specific angles we need a stepper motor. The stepper motor is known to divide one revolution into equal steps which is our main requirements for the rotation of the mirrors. Figure ‎2-13: The Stepper Motor The following table shows the stepper motor specifications: Table ‎2-1: Stepper Motor Specifications Current 4.2 A Angle 1.8° Torque 8.34 N.m The desired torque calculated to withstand the mirror…

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    Estimating the speed of neural transmission from hand-ankle (treatment A) and hand-hand (treatment B) Introduction A neuron is a specialised cell transmitting nerve impulses and its function is to transmit information within the nervous system which is a network of nerve cells and fibres which transmit nerve impulses between parts of the body. Neural transmission occurs when a neuron is activated (sends out an electrical impulse). Activation of a neuron takes place when the neuron is stimulated…

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    1 I had completed the project with topic “Robert control via wireless transmission” as a compulsory requirement to meet the criteria for degree of bachelor of electronics and communication engineering purposed by department of electronics and computer department of IOE, western regional campus, Lamachoor, pokhara. Mainly, project presents both hardware and software implementation for developing radio frequency based control mechanism via wireless transmission. The duration of the project…

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    Mobile Transmission Essay

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    Mobile phone data transmission has several different ways of getting data from one point to the next. There have been several different standards developed over the years, which has changed the way we communicate. In this paper I will go over the history of mobile transmission, the different cellular access technologies, mobile broadband technologies, the top mobile phone companies, and the future of mobile phone transmission. My goal for this paper is to get a better understanding of how mobile…

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    heart of every drive-train is a transmission.”(Barach). Gasoline engines make their torque off of narrow speed range and also several gears which vehicles need in order to get the speed that is needed on roads. In 1895 Panhard- Levassor revolutionised not only the transmission, but the whole drive train. Unlike the vehicles that we have now, back then there was a motor vertically mounted in the front of a car that made the rear wheels spin through a clutch, three speeds, and a chain driven axle.…

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    3g Mobile Case Study

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    present in telecom with the guide of? i video calling too possible. New organizations and progressions learn through transparent the front line exertion and client longing to increment and contention in the middle of manager and administration supplier additionally increment. Interestingly radio transmission phone gift in 1857, Clark Maxwell closed speculation of electromagnetic radiation, which Marconi utilized as a reason for the making of a radio transmission in 1901. This…

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