# Translating a Letter

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Translating a Letter
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Dr. Jairo Garcia
University of Phoenix
August 30th, 2015
By Scott Schuelke

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Much like electricity, radio waves transmit the information in the form of pulses. In this case there is no voltage or amperes to produce watts of power. With radio or sound waves there is amplitude the decibels (dB) of the wave, frequency (Hz) the number of waves per second, and the phase or direction in which the wave begins. As the radio or sound wave dB increases it causes a spike to indicate the value of 1 in this representation, a normal pulse of sound with no spike represents a 0 along the phase.
Much like electricity, radio waves transmit the information in the form of pulses. In this case there is no voltage or amperes to produce watts of power. With radio or sound waves there is amplitude the decibels (dB) of the wave, frequency (Hz) the number of waves per second, and the phase or direction in which the wave begins. As the radio or sound wave dB increases it causes a spike to indicate the value of 1 in this representation, a normal pulse of sound with no spike represents a 0 along the phase.
-5 volts
-5 volts
+5 volts
+5 volts
Electrical transmission of the letter “A” using the ASCII numbering for the letter A. In the electrical diagram a positive voltage resembles the number 1 and the negative side a 0. In this case the ASCII unit for the letter A would be 01000001. A copper wire transmits electricity in the form of voltage (electrical pressure) and Amperes (flow). Each pulse of voltage represents a 1, and a non-pulse, or absence, a 0 or -5 volt.
Electrical transmission of the letter “A” using the ASCII numbering for the letter A. In the electrical diagram a positive voltage resembles the number 1 and the negative side a 0. In this case the ASCII unit for the letter A would be 01000001. A...

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