Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Radio


Development of an algorithm for a radio monitoring system for horn and log-periodic antennas

Haydar Madaminov; Abdugofur Xotamov; Nodir Eshnazarov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 501-507

In the world, research is being carried out on the study of radio communications for the spectral conversion of radio signals,
coordination of electronic and high-frequency devices, and signal detection. Including radio signals: telecommunications, navigation, telemetry, wireless technology signals, electronic signals, etc. Digital algorithms are also being developed, the introduction of new systems for monitoring and identifying signals and improving detection systems is one of the most important tasks. In this article, special attention is paid to the development of informatization, ensuring high-quality reception of digital television signals, as well as improving mobile communication systems. In this direction, in particular, scientific research was conducted on the analytical presentation of the processing of television signals to provide the consumer with a wide variety of television programs and significant results were obtained.

Impact Of Programme For Rural Listeners On Farmers In Phek District (Improving Livelihood Of Farmers Through Broadcasting)

Wapangsungla Longkumer; Dr.Akash Deep Muni

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6323-6329

India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies, nevertheless it is a developing country that needs holistic policies and programmes to cater its diverse segment of socio-economic population. In the process of rapid economic development, it is imperative to view development from the perspective of improving livelihood,especially the majority of population inhibiting in rural areas. As agriculture is the largest contributor to India’s GDP, the state of Nagaland is predominantly agrarian. Prior studies have shown that empowering the farming community through effective policies and media content have a positive impact. Development communication is an operative way to facilitate development through media that seeks to understand the reality of the audience and frame content accordingly. This planned approach rest upon the responsibility of the media organization, to identify gaps and intensify opportunities that can encourage sustainable development. Radio as an aural medium of communication has far-reaching impact in view of its ability to reach even the remotest places which have partial connectivity by information technology or electricity. The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of programme for rural listeners broadcast by All India Radio as perceived by 50 farmers from two villages in Phek district, Nagaland. Results indicate positive assessment of the programme for improving agriculture production. Broadcast medium- television and radio, are proved to be desirable medium of communication.