Radio Essay Topics

Radio and European History

Radio broadcasting has been viewed by governmental agencies across the globe as a contributing medium that served its growing audience. Across the years, radio broadcasting has provided entertainment and information to a diverse audience from local to, regional and international reach in commercial, social or political atmospheres. Radio broadcasting, according to Godfrey (2006), is a… View Article

Evolution of the Radio from 1920’s to 1940s

As one of the most important means of communication, radio has undergone significant changes to better suit the needs of people from the basic up to the most sophisticated technology. It was during the 1920s when radio broadcasting has reached full scale. This development generated significant changes in the way people live their daily lives…. View Article

Radio Control Office

The first radio regulatory office was known as the Radio Construction and Maintenance Section under the Telegraph Division of the Bureau of Posts. This section was charged with the enforcement of radio laws and regulations, particularly the provisions of Act No. 3396, known as the Ship Radio Station Law which was enacted on December 5,… View Article

Pandora Internet Radio

One of my favorite radio medians is Pandora Internet Radio. I enjoy Pandora for the simple fact of variety there over a 700,000 songs in the database. There are many great radio stations out there. However, after awhile they continue to cycle through the same songs over and over. With Pandora the listeners can suggest… View Article

Radio Station Interview

As an AB Communication student, our professor requires us to have a Radio Station Visiting in one of our major subjects. Our professor gave us a set of questions that we need to ask to the DJ there and we prepared two more questions to be asked. We choose 10.1 YES FM as a Radio… View Article

A Simple Design of Microstrip Patch Antenna

Nikita Gupta1, Niriksha Garg1, Nitin Tayal1, A.S.Gour2, Mukesh Arora2 1Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology, Management & Gramothan (Student) 2Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology, Management & Gramothan (Faculty, ECE) Email Id: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] Abstract- In this paper we design a simple microstrip patch antenna having rectangular shape. A good impedance matching… View Article

My impression of Commercial Radio in Asia

A very significant impression that commercial radio in Asia makes is the strength of commercial radio in the region through the years, especially in comparison with other multi-media platforms. Before the era of the internet, the tri-media through sociological aspects have directly or indirectly created a balance that made the relationship of the three media… View Article

Power Line Communication

The objective any mining company like TATA STEEL is to reduce the amount of energy used in mining through the increase in employee productivity and safety. Mining operations consist of several tasks. The highest efficiency can only be achieved with full coordination among the persons carrying out these tasks and if the locations of vehicles… View Article

Science Fair Conclusion of How to Make a Crystal Radio

Some of the hypothesis in this experiment supported the results and some of the other hypothesis rejected the results. Some hypothesis which supported the results were that the there would be about one, two, or three channels in the radio, the bobby pin could not replace the germanium diode, and that the crystal radio ware… View Article

Microwave Power Transmission

Microwave power transmission (MPT) is one of the applications of microwaves to transmit power from one place to another place without the need for wires. It is the type of the Electromagnetic Radiations, one of the wireless energy transfer methods. Introduction: Firstly, we will talk about the term Microwaves, Microwaves can also be termed as… View Article

High Frequency Omnidirectional Range

The VHF Omnidirectional Range navigation system, VOR, was probably the most significant aviation invention other than the jet engine. With it, a pilot can simply, accurately, and without ambiguity navigate from Point A to Point B. The widespread introduction of VORs began in the early 1950s and 50 years later it remains the primary navigation… View Article

Brief History of Radio Broadcasting

According to an online article that was written by Gearbox (2011), the radio has become one of our most simple forms of broadcasting and communication. From helping connect soldiers on the front line of battle to entertaining the commuter on their ride to work, the radio is a part of everyday life. The article gives… View Article

Problem Definition Report

Since Charles Herrold started broadcasting in California in 1909 and broadcast was carrying audio by the next year, people’s life has been changed by the broadcast (Wiki). After that, a number of radio stations were set up all over the world. From the radio, people could listen to music, listen to the news and they… View Article

The Impacts of Radio on American Society in the 20th Century.

As the technology takes us to another level in the mass media communication, it is important to look back in history and trace the origins of the much advanced world. The current high definition technology being employed in the media industry is a recent phenomenon that was preceded by unrefined technologies of the 20th century…. View Article

Lab 6.4: WLAN Placement

Exercise 6.4.1 There are three main types of antennas that can be used for WLAN APs: directional, omnidirectional, and right-angle. Describe each of these antenna types. You can get more powerful antennas that can broadcast longer distances. Why would these antennas be limited in use for standard WLAN placement in a home? An omnidirectional antenna… View Article

Television and Radio

Isn’t it amazing that people who lived two hundred years ago didn’t have radios or televisions? Today it is difficult to imagine life without these two forms of communication. These technological wonders have many similar characteristics. As you will see, they are also quite different. To start with, both radios and televisions need a source… View Article

Satellite radio: XM versus Sirius

Sirius Satellite Radio Inc (initially called Satellite CD Radio) was one of the two initial players in the satellite radio industry created by two passionate guys David Margolese and Robert Brckman back in 1997 in Canada. The second player in the industry was XM Radio, backed by AMS Corp., and Hughes Electronic (a subsidiary of… View Article

Pandora Case Analysis

Abstract Pandora provides personalized Internet radio stations to its customers. Pandora provides this customized radio free of charge to its users. In combination with other business models, Pandora has successfully implemented the freemium business model in which 99% of its users receive a free service and 1% of the users pay for premium services. This… View Article

Communication Facilities for Disaster Management

Ham Radio Ham Radio is also know as Amateur radio.It is a community of people that use radio transmitters and receivers to communicate with other Amateur radio operators. If you were to ask a dozen different amateurs what ham radio meant to them chances are you would get 12 different answers. Amateur radio operators are… View Article

Pandora: disintermediator or disintermediated?

For Pandora, one of the biggest players in Internet radio, figuring out the future is both challenging and intimidating. If the regular challenges of growing a new company aren’t enough, Pandora also faces a market that is reeling in turmoil. In the new digital world, the way people listen to music continues to change dramatically…. View Article