Mars Pioneer.mp3
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November 16th, 2011

This is a fictitious radio communication between Houston's Cape Canaveral and a space-craft about to leave Earths orbit heading for Mars. Cape giving final numbers for the main thruster burn.
Includes roger beep effect.

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    celldroid 1 year ago

    In some communications, the radio signal consists of a carrier wave and two side band waves. The carrier wave has no information, it only carries the side bands during transmission. The two side bands carry all the information, be it voice or data, pitch and modulation. To increase the distance the waves can travel, one side band wave is removed, leaving a single side band. This provides more transmission power to the single sideband that remains.
    It there for travels farther, however removing the other side band causes a loss of control for pitch, which must be compensated for manually.
    It is derived from an older technology but is still used quite frequently today especially in CB radio. ( citizens band ).

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    piemonster 1 year ago

    Why do they sound like chipmunks?

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Type
Mp3 (.mp3)
Duration
01:38:926
Filesize
1.5 MB
Bitrate
1378 kbps
Channels
Stereo
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