ACT 1. VOCABULARY ABOUT RADIO.

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Radio and radio receiver are often used specifically for receivers designed to reproduce the audio (sound) signals transmitted by radio broadcasting stations – historically the first mass-market commercial radio application.

Before television, radio was the dominant home entertainment medium.

Before television, radio was the dominant home entertainment medium.

Radio is one of the famous media among the people and there are lots of people who only have this source for getting updates of the economy and society, so they get awareness about the products and new businesses of any task only through the radio ads.

Bellow you can read some vocabulary related to the Radio.

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ACT 1. VOCABULARI SOBRE RADIO.

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Ràdio o receptor de ràdio són termes que es refereixen a aquells receptors dissenyats per a reproduir senyals d’àudio (so) transemeses per estacions de difusió radiofònica, històricament la primera aplicació de mercat de masses de la ràdio comercial.

La Ràdio és un dels mitjans més famosos donat que hi ha milions de persones que només disposen d’aquesta font per a rebre les novetats en economia i societat, així com assebentar-se de nous productes i serveis a través de la publicitat radiofònica.

A continuació podem llegir vocabulari relacionat amb la Ràdio.

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ENGLISH CATALAN SPANISH ITALIAN DEFINITION
Frequency Freqüència Frecuencia  Frequenza Amount of times that a wave repeats per second, measured in
Hertz after Heinrich R. Hertz devised this form of measurement.
Gain Guany Ganancia  Guadagno Level of amplification of a given signal.
Jack plug Connector de micròfon Conector de micrófono  Jack Very popular form of audio connector, available in stereo or mono formats.
Key Clau Clave  Chiave Dominant major or minor scale used to construct melodies and harmonies in a piece of music.
Buzz Brunzit Zumbido  Brusio Annoying audio noise, created by harmonics at the 60 Hertz.
Chorus Cor Coro  Coro Signal processing which creates an electronic simulation of a chorus by combining a signal with a delayed copy of itself.
Clipping Acoblament Acoplamiento Taglio When the amplitude of a signal exceeds the maximum possible level of a device.
Crosstalk Interferència Interferencia  Interferenza When one electronic signal begins to interfere with another one.
dB deciBel  deciBelio  dB Logarithmic measure of sound pressure level, it’s 1/10 of a “Bel”.
Fade-in Fade-out Increment, Decrement gradual Incremento, decremento gradual  Fade-in / Fade-out Gradually increment or decrement the level of a signal.
Filter Filtre  Filtro  Filtro Electrical circuit designed to boost or attenuate certain frequencies within the sound spectrum.
Acoustics Acústica Acústica  Acustica The study of sound and its behavior within an environment.
Amplitude Amplitud Amplitud  Ampiezza The level of a signal.
Audio frequency Freqüència audible Frecuencia audible Frequenza audio  Frequency which falls within the range of human hearing, and
measured in Hertz (20Hz – 20,000Hz) .
Bandwidth Amplada de banda Ancho de banda  Larghezza di banda Generally this is the amount of information which may be carried
by a specific device.
Microphone Micròfon Micrófono  Microfono Electro-acoustic device which can pickup sounds and convert them into an electronic signal.
Noise floor Renou de fons Ruido de fondo  Rumore di fondo Amount of background noise produced by a piece of audio hardware, measured in dB’s.
Pitch Timbre Timbre  Tono The fundamental frequency of a sound.
Potentiometer  Potenciòmetre Potenciometro  Potenziometro The sliding, variable resistance device that adjusts the level of something.
Reverberation Reverberació Reverberación  Riverbero Gradual decay of a sound due to multiple echoes reflecting from the many surfaces of an acoustic environment.
Oscillator Oscil·lador Oscilador  Oscilloscopio Electrical circuit designed to generate sonic waveform.
Timbre Timbre Timbre  Timbro The qualities of a sound.

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Aina Estrany Galmés

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