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Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication
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Lesson 1 Introduction - Communication

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  • 1. COMMUNICATION ADVANCED LEVEL© 1ST Kuala Lumpur Boys’ Brigade Coy.
  • 2. But this is not a classon just public speaking.
  • 3. SyllabusJune 30 Introduction + History of communicationsJuly 07 InternetJuly 14 - no class -July 21 Lesson publicspeakingJuly 28 Exam (morning) Speech (afternoon)Aug 04 - no class -
  • 4. SyllabusJune 30 Introduction + History of communicationsJuly 07 InternetJuly 14 - no class -July 21 Lesson publicspeakingJuly 28 Exam (morning) Speech (afternoon)Aug 04 - no class -
  • 5. SyllabusJune 30 Introduction + History of communicationsJuly 07 InternetJuly 14 - no class -July 21 Lesson publicspeakingJuly 28 Exam (morning) Speech (afternoon)Aug 04 - no class -
  • 6. How you can pass this awardFinal Exam 40%Speech Assignment 25%Internet Write-Up 25%Attendance & Participation 10% Passing mark: 65%
  • 7. The Radio
  • 8. The RadioThe transmission of electromagnetic waves.
  • 9. Electric Signal Input Electronic Transducer Signal Processors Electric Signal Electromagnetic SignalTransducer Receiver Transmitter Output Signal
  • 10. Electric Signal Input Electronic Transducer Signal Processors Electric Signal Electromagnetic SignalTransducer Receiver Transmitter Output Radio Frequency Wave = Signal 3kHz to 300GHz
  • 11. What Waves? AMAmplitude Modulation FMFrequency Modulation
  • 12. FM Frequency Modulation• Immune to external interference• Greater dynamic range• Can handle higher frequency range, so music with high frequencies sounds better on FM

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