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INFORMATION TRANSMISSION

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Computer-Studies

INFORMATION TRANSMISSION

Information transmission is the exchange of information from the sender to the receiver in any form, i.e through voice, data, text and image over any kind of media, hand written medium, etc. There are two methods of information transmission namely: (i) Ancient methods of information transmission (ii) Modern methods of transmitting information

 

ANCIENT METHOD OF TRANSMISSION

  1. ORAL INFORMATION: This involve face to face interaction between two individuals or groups of people. It is the method communicated verbally.
  2. FIRE LIGHTING/BUSH BURNING: This is a form of transmission of someone or something at a particular spot.
  3. USE OF TOWN CRIERS: This is the use of person(s) to transmit information. The person used to assist to send information to the people is called town criers. The town crier usually carry a gong to attract the attention of people to him.
  4. DRAWING DIAGRAMS: Drawing diagrams is a way or method of passing/transmitting information to people. It remind people that other people once lived in that location or pass a message such as only the set of people could understand the message.
  5. REPRESENTATION TRANSMISSION MODE: This mode of information transmission is used to show representation of objects or something that pass information to the receiver that such object represent something known to the receivers.

 

MODERN METHOD OF INFORMATION TRANSMISSION

These are current modes of transmitting information which are faster, better and safer means. The modern methods of transmitting information include the following (i) writing (ii) printing (iii) telephone (iv) radio (v) television (vi) fax (vii) satellite (viii) internet (ix) GSM.

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See also

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Simple Basic Program

Basic Programming Language

 

 

 

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