1.160.320.770 / September 20, 2017
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Radioo was inspired by a call Nelson Mandelamade for the next generation to take on the burden of leadership inaddressing the world’s social injustices when he said that - it isin your hands now!

App Information Radioo

  • App Name
    Radioo
  • Package Name
    com.conduit.app_13b6e1420f4d4e078923034aae5bd0cf.app
  • Updated
    September 20, 2017
  • File Size
    Undefined
  • Requires Android
    Android 4.0 and up
  • Version
    1.160.320.770
  • Developer
    audiogear
  • Installs
    100 - 500
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Music & Audio
  • Developer
  • Google Play Link

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Sleek, Modern & Innovative Player as seenat http://gear.audiogear.mobi including dynamicuser integration like in app chat and games. From the author of the#1 African Streaming Audio Player ANTIB.IO/tik with almost 50,000downloads.The radio receives electromagnetic waves from the air that aresent by a radio transmitter. Electromagnetic waves are acombination of electrical and magnetic fields that overlap. Theradio converts these electromagnetic waves, called a signal, intosounds that humans can hear.Radios are a part of everyday life. Not only are they used toplay music or as alarms in the morning, they are also used incordless phones, cell phones, baby monitors, garage door openers,toys, satellites, and radar. Radios also play an important role incommunications for police, fire, industry, and the military.Although there are many types of radios—clock, car, amateur (ham),stereo—all contain the same basic components.Radios come in all shapes and sizes, from a little AM/FM"Walkman" to a highly sophisticated, multi-mode transceiver whereboth the transmitter and receiver are combined in one unit. Themost common modes for a broadcast radio are AM (amplitudemodulation) and FM (frequency modulation). Other modes used by hamradio operators, industry, and the military are CW (continuous waveusing Morse code), SSB (single sideband), digital modes such astelemetry, radio teletype, and PSK (phase shift keying).Today's radio consists of an antenna, printed circuit board,resistors, capacitors, coils and transformers, transistors,integrated circuits, and a speaker. All of these parts are housedin a plastic case.An internal antenna consists of small-diameter insulated copperwire wound around a ferrite core. An external antenna consists ofseveral aluminum tubes that slide within one another.Resistors limit the flow of electricity. They consist of acarbon film deposited on a cylindrical substrate, encased in aplastic (alkyd polyester) housing, with wire leads made ofcopper.Capacitors store an electrical charge and allow alternatingcurrent to flow through an electrical circuit but prevent directcurrent from flowing in the same circuit. Fixed capacitors consistof two extended aluminum foil electrodes insulated by polypropylenefilm, housed in a plastic or ceramic housing with copper wireleads. Variable capacitors have a set of fixed aluminum plates anda set of rotating aluminum plates with an air insulator.Coils and transformers perform similar functions. Their purposeis to insulate a circuit while transferring energy from one circuitto another. They consist of two or more sets of copper wire coilseither wound on an insulator or mounted side-by-side with air asthe insulator.Transistors consist of germanium or silicon encased in a metalhousing with copper wire leads. The transistor controls the flow ofelectricity in a circuit. Transistors replaced vacuum tubes used inearlier radios.The integrated circuit houses thousands of resistors,capacitors, and transistors into a small and compact package calleda chip. This chip is about the size of the nail on the littlefinger. The chip is mounted in a plastic case with aluminum tabsthat allow it to be mounted to a printed circuit board.Radios are being combined with computers to connect the computerto the Internet via satellites. Eventually radios will convert fromanalog to digital broadcasting. Analog signals are subject to fadeand interference, digital signals are not. They can produce highquality sound like that found on a CD.Digital radios can be programmed for specific stations, types ofmusic, news, etc. Eventually, radios will have mini-computers builtin to process sounds in numerical patterns "digits" rather than ananalog waveform. This will allow listeners to program their radiosfor favorite radio stations, music type, stock quotes, trafficinformation, and much more.
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Radioo was inspired by a call Nelson Mandelamade for the next generation to take on the burden of leadership inaddressing the world’s social injustices when he said that - it isin your hands now!
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