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IW #5 RADIO-ELECTRONICS TODAY

 

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Much of our successes in the field of space research is due to radio and electronics. This is why on May 7, Radio Day, we honour the memory of A. Popov, the great Russian scientist who was the first in the world to invent radio as a means of wireless communication. Today, radio or more widely electronics, a very young and a very promising science, has become a powerful tool of progress.

It will give us a deeper knowledge of the properties of outer space. Radio has already helped man to learn more about the sun's 'atmosphere, the atmosphere of many planets, it enabled our cosmonauts to locate their position in space, and there is radio communication not only between the spaceships and their home bases, but also between the spaceships themselves.

Radio is not the only carrier of information in space. There are infra-red and ultra-violet radiation, X- , and gamma-rays, elementary particles and fields, etc. The time is not so far off when these and other carriers will be used for space communication - - a great advance comparable with Alexander Popov's achievement in putting radio waves at the service of mankind, when he built the first radio receiver.

There are many more uses for electronics besides communications. A good deal of progress made in space would not have been possible without electronic computers making thousands upon thousands of operations a second. They solve logical problems, supply information on many aspects of science and technology, translate from one language into another, automatically control industrial processes, etc. In medicine electronic devices help to diagnose the disease and find the best treatment.

 

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In medicine electronic devices help to diagnose the disease and find the best treatment.

A good deal of progress made in space would not have been possible without electronic computers making thousands upon thousands of operations a second.

 

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