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Radio and Television Lesson 1 1) Slide 4 and 5-Fascimile-making a copy of something a. Fidelity- how much the copy resembles reality 2) Slide 8 and 9- definition- going from one form of energy to another-and know examples 3) Slide 6- signal is clarity, noise is disruption, want to have high signal to noise ratio 4) Slide 15- oscillation- the form of the wave, the vibrations 5) Signal generation, amplification and processing, transmission, reception, storage and retrieval (know order) 6) Slide 13- radiant, constant velocity, wavelike motion 7) Slide 13- 186,000 per second 8) Slide 22 9) Slide 20-21- frequency- number of waves that passes a given point in a given time, response, how well a radio wave reproduces a range of audio frequencies 10) Slide 24 11) Pulse code modulation- sampling the wave at various points, taking something that exists in reality and making a digital representation of that wave 12) Slide 19-20 13) Lesson 3- slide 12- better sound quality with FM, AM is more subject to atmospheric disruption 14) Lesson 2- slide 29- mixing video signals, mixing of different shots
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course RTV 3007 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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