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2nd lab2 edtc6320
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  • 1949 Claude Shannon and Warren Weaver ( Bell Laboratories).Created by : Alfonso Almeida 0271677
  • Codifying-Sending the Message-Decodifying.
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    • 1. The Communication Cycle .
    • 2. Introduction• The basic communication model is formed• By: An Encoder, The message, and the Decoder.• The encoder: encodes the message into signals ( natural Language).• The Message: Is send in Spoken Language.• The Decoder: decodes the message (translation).
    • 3. The Encoder• Is the information source. Uses natural Language ( Signals, Native Language, a code)• To transmit a message.
    • 4. The Message• A Channel to which signals are adopted for transmission.
    • 5. The Decoder• The “Receiver” which decodes the message from the “Signal.”
    • 6. Conclusion• The Communication cycle is formed by three Elements. The Encoder –The Message- The Decoder.• The Encoder transmits an idea, using a form of Spoken Language. The Decoder decodes the message to get the encoder’s idea.
    • 7. The End• EDTC.6323 Created by: Alfonso Almeida 0271677

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