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Wireless Communication

Weekend Workshop

  • Ended
  • 349 US dollars
  • Jarvis Avenue

Service Description

Wireless Communication Workshop: Explore the World of Wireless Technology Enhance Your Knowledge with Amateur Radio The goal of this course is to use Amateur Radio as a vehicle to improve the quality of education by providing a curriculum focused on wireless communications. This workshop emphasizes the integration of technology, math, science, geography, language skills, and social responsibility within a global society. By understanding the value of wireless technology and its role in today's world, students will achieve wireless technology literacy and be encouraged to join the fraternity of Amateur Radio, applying what they have learned. Course Content Introduction/History/Opportunities/Career in Wireless Communication: Learn the origins, evolution, and career prospects in wireless technology. Communication with Codes: Explore different coding systems such as Telegraphy, Morse Code, Braille, ASCII, and Binary. Communication Protocols: Understand key protocols like OSI and AM/FM Broadcasting. Basic Wireless Station Components: Get hands-on experience with the fundamental components of a wireless station. Building Crystal Radio: Construct and operate your own crystal radio. Presentation: Present your projects and findings to demonstrate your understanding and skills. Workshop Tenets Hands-On Project-Based Learning: Engage in practical projects that emphasize learning by doing. Physics Exploration: Dive into the principles of wave propagation and modulation. Crystal Radio Construction: Build and experiment with crystal radios. Team Collaboration: Work in teams to foster collaboration and enhance social skills. Grade Level: 5-6 Why Choose This Workshop? Expert Instruction: Learn from experienced educators who make complex concepts accessible and enjoyable. Engaging Projects: Participate in interactive projects that reinforce learning through practical application. Collaborative Learning: Develop social skills and foster a sense of community by working in teams. Hands-On Experience: Enjoy a tactile and immersive learning environment focused on practical activities. kit: Students need to purchase their own Crystal Radio kits. Links will be provided at the start of the workshop. Duration: 10 hrs (4 Days, 4 classes, 2.5hrs each) - 2 weekends Schedule Day 1: Telegraphy, Morse Code, Braille, Day 2: ASCII, Binary Arithmetic, OSI Day 3: Base Stations, AM/FM Broadcasting, Day 4: Building Crystal Radio, Presentation

Contact Details

  • 6335 Jarvis Avenue, Newark, CA 94560, USA

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