Study Guide Test 1

Study Guide Test 1 - 9 Kinds of early radio programs 10 Why...

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Study Guide for Exam 1 The following are some of the things you should look at as you prepare for Exam 1 on Friday, February 4, 2011. 1. Who the early radio inventors were. 2. What the role of the Navy was during World War I. 3. The role of American Marconi and RCA during and after World War I respectively. 4. Broadly speaking, what the radio acts (1910, 1927, and 1934) achieved. 5. The nature of the licensing agreements reached by early radio companies. 6. What led to the growth of radio. 7. The differences between the radio frequencies (AM, FM and SW). 8. The nature of the early broadcasting networks.
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Unformatted text preview: 9. Kinds of early radio programs. 10. Why and how broadcast television and cable television started. 11. The role of the government in the early cable industry. 12. Differences between cable, MMDS, TVRO, and DBS. 13. The development of the video tape recorder (VTR). 14. What the Internet is and why it was developed. 15. What you can find on the Internet. 16. The nature of facsimile and transduction. 17. The nature of binary technology 18. The steps in signal processing. 19. Material differences between microphones and material differences between cables. 20. The nature of satellite communication....
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