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What will be the effect of this on us? Here is a good example of a serious unintended consequence, that came only many years after an innovation. 5 Cable Systems Another smaller innovation in communication was the construction of cable networks. While cable had less effect than radio and its offspring television, it was an important step in the networking of society. That trend has led to the Internet. It also led to yet another generation of the radio/television monster. 13 An early broadcast was the coronation of King George VI in 1937.
Pop culture and top-40 radio became concepts, and huge profits were to be made. Entertainment and discourse changed from multiway to one-way, from the transmitter down to the listener. More seriously, it became easier to control large numbers of people by propaganda, both political and commercial. The powerful in society pay careful attention to what comes out of the broadcasting media. Is radio/television good or bad for us? Do we yet understand what this powerful medium has done to us? 4 Television About television there is less to say, because television, historically, is an evolution from radio, not a revolution.
7. B À1Á We notice that the maximum value of the output, that is, y 2 , is obtained when the two signals are on top of each other. The width of the output y(t) is the sum of the widths of the input x(t) and the impulse response h(t). These facts are true in general with convolutions. The next example is a variant of the previous one. 3 Consider an LTI system with impulse response & h(t) ¼ 1, 0, À1 t 1 otherwise and the same input as in the previous example; that is, the input x(t) is given by Eq.
Understanding Information Transmission (IEEE Press Understanding Science & Technology Series) by John B. Anderson