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The Evolution of Communication

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The Evolution of Communication


do you communicate?

How The

history of communication goes back thousands of years. has this progress meant to you today?

What

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The Evolution of Communication

Verbal

Communication The most common form of communication.


Spoken communication Languages and dialects What dialects are spoken in your area? In the country?

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The Evolution of Communication


Communication

Written

Symbols, hieroglyphics, and drawings The Chinese invent paper

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The Evolution of Communication

Johannes

Gutenberg and the Printing Press Books are now mass produced! There are many excellent websites and books on the topic of Gutenberg and his printing press including,
Biographies Printing

industry history Media history

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Mobile Communications

Postal system The Pony Express Railroads and telegraph Morse Code

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The Telephone

Alexander

G. Bell calls Watson. Progress includes the use of operators to connect calls. The basic operation of the phone is still the same, changing sound waves to electrical waves, and back again to sound waves. Have you ever tried talking to someone using two tin cans and a string?

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The Telephone Lines

Multi-wire

Cables Fiber Optics


Much larger capabilities using light to transmit

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Wireless Communications

Radio Cell

Phones

Television Satellite

Communications

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Computers and the Internet

Computers

can handle large volumes of information. The computer stores this information by using a digital code. The Internet is made up of millions of computers connected to each other in a variety of ways.

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Communication Aboard the USS Lexington

Morse Code using light Infrared signals Hand-held Flag signals

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A Signalmans Biggest Challenges


is very important for a signalman to stay awake, and process messages with speed and accuracy.

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Yardman Flags
Design flags

Flag

Interpreting Storing

the flags

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Communication on the USS Lexington


tubes

Voice Call

signal boxes order telegraph tubes

Engine

Pneumatic

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Combat Information Center


communication brain of the ship. The main communication tool of this room is the sound powered phone.

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