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    Heard by Amateur Radio Operator”. With this summery and analysis this paper will prove this article contains three traits required for a good primary source. First, the author must write the source within the same general period as the historical event. Second, the must contain both reputable and accurate information. Finally, the source must contain a certain amount of quality required for a good primary source. This paper will prove this article, “Amelia’s Voice Heard by Amateur Radio Operator”

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    My Love of Chemistry I am applying to the university to study chemistry because this is the subject that I enjoy most. As with science in general, I find it interesting, often fascinating, and I feel that I could gain much from studying it at university. Last year I spent a fortnight on work experience, and enjoyed both of my two placements. At Birmingham University School of Chemistry, I was able to use some techniques that were new to me at the time - such as GCMS, HPLC, and I.R. spectroscopy

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    A New Pollution?

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    waves (EMF). Any room you enter is being blanketed with ever increasing amounts of, in some cases, highly powerful electromagnetic waves. These waves carry everything from cell phone traffic to wireless internet signals, to even conventional AM/FM radio signals. Although humans and animals cannot perceive most of these electromagnetic frequencies, they can affect biological organisms in many ways that scientists currently do not even understand. Even further, demand for such wireless applications

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    that determines the future effect of the products, and to what extreme people will allow wireless technology to monitor their lives. Definition of Wireless Technology Wireless technology is a form of technology that uses a certain wavelength of radio wave space to transfer information that was previously transferred via landline wires. The important difference of wireless communication is that it has the ability to monitor, record and connect people from anywhere, at anytime, to anyone. Different

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    Wireless Communication

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    The radio is a wireless form of communication which is transmitted through sounds or signals by electromagnetic waves directly through space to a receiving set. Some types of radio communications are HAM radios, CB (Citizen Band) radios, Cell Phones, Radio Scanners and Walkie-talkies. Radio communications are widely used in the United States and majority of it is used by law enforcement and emergency services. Police/Sheriff, Fire-Rescue, Highway Patrol, Ambulance and EMS are some of the agencies

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    DESCRIPTION: The career as broadcast or sound technicians and radio operators requires technical skill in the candidate. Broadcasting technicians and Sound Technicians can achieve a successful career with the increase in experience. KEYWORDS: Broadcast Technicians, Sound Technicians, Radio operators, Ham Radio Operators, Amateur Radio Operators, Sound Operators, Sound Engineering Technicians SYNOPSIS: 1. Broadcast Technicians, Sound Technicians, Radio Operators. 2. Tasks 3. Qualifications Required

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    INTRODUCTION Throughout the history of civilizations man tried to establish his own way to express himself and represent his ideas to others. These ways, which are defined as languages, supported the ability to communicate, providing one of the most essential instincts needed by mankind. For not over than few tens of meters, man’s sheer voice formed the first and simplest humanist wireless communication scheme, where the frequencies produced from the man's throat vibrates the surrounding air molecules

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    Analysis of Performance

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    Analysis of Performance The two events I have chosen to analyse are: * 100 Meters * Javelin 100 Meters ========== Rules - * The Track: The end-to-end length of the oval track is 157.4 meters (172 yards). The width of the oval track is 73 meters (80 yards) wide. The distance around the curve is 36.5 meters (39.9 yards). * Lanes: Eight lanes usually make up the track, each 1.22 meters (4 feet) wide, numbered 1 to 8 on the track, inside out. Each athlete must stay

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    When All Else Fails... Ham Radio

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    only Amateur Radio provides light, provides support and hope. The licenced operators of these radios, called “Hams,” are constantly training for these moments. This service was formed in recognition of, and to enhance “the value of the amateur service to the public as a voluntary noncommercial communication service, particularly with respect to providing emergency communications” (47 CFR 97.1a). This is achieved by the constant training and practice of organizations like the Amateur Radio Emergency

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    In an age of telephones and computers and emails, for many of us it is difficult to imagine a time when we couldn't talk to people from miles and miles away on a moment's whim. Indeed, there was in fact an era when our epiphanies were not instantly transferable, and they often had to stay in our heads for a little while until we could transcribe them to paper and wait days, weeks, even months for them to be carried away on a horse in an envelope. Morse code and the electric telegraph was the

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