EL PERSONALISMO EMMANUEL MOUNIER PDF

Abstract. VALDERRAMA BEDOYA, Francisco Javier. Emmanuel Mounier ‘s Personalism and His Relation with Colombian Political Constitution. Opin. jurid. Colectivismo Se convierte el sujeto en un número. Individualismo Incapacita la comunicación. Objetivos. Unión cuerpo-alma. Salir de uno. Transcript of Emmanuel Mounier – Personalismo Cree en la esperanza frente a la angustia y el pesimismo Acentúa el valor de la persona.

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This paper discusses the need to answer the question of what it is to be a person, if we want to give students a truly all-round education, in accordance with the purposes of the European Higher Education Area. Since the Personalist philosophy of Mounier is built around the concept of the person, we explain the structures of the human person according to Mounier, proposing how they might be promoted in higher education through cooperative learning.

Education; cooperative learning; Bologna; Mounier; personalist philosophy. Preparation for the job market, preparation for life – as active citizens in a democratic society Humphreys – personal development, and the acquisition and maintenance of an advanced basis of knowledge are the four purposes defined by the Bologna Working Group on Qualifications Frameworks23 as goals of the European Higher Education Area EHEA.

What is it to be a person? The contribution of this paper is to answer this question on the basis of Mounier’s philosophy, and to propose cooperative learning as a methodology for the development of those aspects of the students derive from the proposed concept of the human person.

Personalist philosophy is used in this paper to explore this concept in greater depth for two reasons. The first consists in the fact that this current of philosophical thought is constructed technically around the concept of the person Burgosconsidered the element of experience from which reality is known, and is, moreover, a philosophy committed to solving the problems of everyday life, forming itself again according to what reality requires Berenguerwhich is particularly interesting in a changeable environment like the present.

The second reason is based on the concepts of flexibility and constructive criticism that characterize Personalism, which accepts any line of thought which might help to understand reality even when that thought seems contrary to its own theoretical approach Mounier ; this flexibility greatly enhances the student’s chances of achievement, because it implies a breadth of vision that allows reality to be perceived, not only in one direction, but in all possible directions.

Mounier sees the person as a relational being, stressing the need for the other that the human being has for his personal growth. In addition, these personal and relational aspects are realized through the cognitive, volitional and affective faculties of the student which should be comprehensively promoted according to EHEA guidelines.

The purposes of this paper are three. First, it seeks to clarify the concept of the human person by first providing a conceptualization comprising the anthropological existentialist view, and a second conceptualization which adds Mounier’s Personalist contributions to the former. Second, using the theoretical research method, it aims to analyze in depth those dimensions of the human person proposed by Mounier, which would enrich the student’s all-round development.

Third and last, and in parallel with the second objective, it synthesizes the suitability of cooperative learning as a methodology for the development of the competencies proposed by Bologna and promoted by the Personalism of Mounier, using the deductive conceptual method.

The starting point is the conceptualization of the human person which will serve as a guide throughout the article and we discuss the extent to which the changes in the concept of education instigated by the Bologna Process can be effected through cooperative learning.

In the second and third sections we delve into the personal universe of Mounerian philosophy, explaining how each of the aspects and potentialities of the person can be fostered through cooperation.

Finally, we incorporate the contributions of Mounier into the initial concept of the human person, and we suggest further research in order to demonstrate with greater clarity which dimensions of the student must be nurtured and cultivated in the sphere of university education.

If we want to achieve the all-round development of the student during the educational process, it is essential to take the concept of the human person as our reference point, as only in that way we may know the student in all his breadth and complexity. This work adopts the anthropological view of the human being of Thomas Aquinas, followed by that of existentialist philosophy and Personalism, which sees the human person as a unity of body and spirit, through which it knows senses and intelligencedesires will and feels affectivity ; both intelligence and will are faculties that refer to another entity, because the person knows something and desires something, whereas affectivity is a purely subjective aspect of the person, which accompanies his actions.

The values of the human person can be explained on this basis, since these are the ideals that guide the person in his personal growth, and in this way generate the motivations or reasons for his actions. Depending on his chosen reason, the person will adopt one attitude or another, which will then give shape to the act; these acts may be cognitive and volitional, but the person first knows something -knows the truth of something- and then wants it -if he thinks it is good- because he cannot desire what he does not known, so that the volitive act must be preceded by the cognitive act.

In addition, the attitude adopted towards the act will affect the person’s feelings or affective sphere, which always accompanies him in the execution of his acts. Responsibilities arising from such acts will leave scope for a feedback process which, through the emotions, will allow him to judge whether his actions are, indeed, directed towards the fulfillment of his values and, therefore, towards his personal fulfillment.

The main innovation of the Bologna Process is to broaden the concept of education, from a process in which both instruction and acquisition of knowledge predominate, to one in which, besides knowing, the student has to learn to act and to be. Although it is not the object of this research to investigate the different cooperative learning techniques, it is necessary to highlight the suitability of the cooperative learning methodology to the acquisition of the skills considered most important for the professional and personal development of students under the requirements of Bologna, also considering that team work is recognized today as one of the most important demands of the labor market Mathieu et al.

Also, Johnson and Johnson, R. This educational methodology allows an enhancement of all three anthropological aspects of the person, cognitive, volitional and emotional, i. While Personalism is not wholly identified with Emmanuel Mounier’s thought, he is considered the founder and one of the most influential philosophers of this philosophical tendency Burgos The choice of this author in reviewing the foundations of education proposed by the EHEA is based on his intention to “awaken every person to his vocation and encourage him toward a life that assures him not the maximum output, but the maximum expansion” Mounier One of the challenges of higher education must be precisely to direct students to where they believe they can give most of themselves, that is, to their optimum expansion.

Mounier’s philosophy revolves around designated structures of the personal universe, which constitute the basis for understanding the human being and, hence, to determine that the following aspects of the person should be dealt with or developed: According to the Personalist anthropological view, if the human being is understood as a unity of body and spirit, then it is necessary to cultivate both, whilst seeking a balance between them.

Mounier clearly expresses this unity of flesh and spirit in person, when he says, “I cannot think without being, or be without my body”14and he structures the process of personalization of the human being around this basic anthropological idea.

Thereafter, it is essential that students learn to reason correctly about the reality they are studying, according to their level of knowledge on the subject and their level of mental maturity Vygotsky ; this capacity will allow them, first, to properly understand reality in keeping with their experience and previous knowledge, and second, to develop the skills of being creative and decisive in the face of change, to argue a point adequately, to synthesize and structure a speech, and also to develop analytical and research skills.

In this way, students acquire the competencies of knowledge and skills in accordance with the EHEA approach, which considers it essential to involve the student in the reality he is studying so that he can confront difficulties with confidence, and so that he can approach any issue or situation he is presented in a creative way Birenbaum et al.

One of the fundamental principles of Personalism is that the human being should not only look inward, but also outward, because he achieves personal fulfillment not just by and in himself, but also and primarily through others Rumayor ; hence the appropriateness of cooperative learning to the implementation of this philosophy in the development of this ability, which is considered by the EHEA as one of the major skills enmanuel be developed in the university taking into account the fact that pesronalismo work is recognized today as one of the most important demands of the labor market Mathieu et al.

Mounier says that communication presupposes as original acts going outside of emmwnuel, understanding, assuming responsibilities, giving, and being loyal. The relationship with others requires, if it is to be successful, respect for their being; on this premise, going out of oneself involves discovering all potentialities which, belonging to one’s own being and to that of others, can only be realized through communication between them.

Mounier considers the person as a union of communication and interioritybearing in mind the necessary complementarity between both. If the human being cultivates his mohnier dimension, this personalismoo result in improved relations with others, since knowing himself involves discovering the potentialities of the person, many of which cannot emmanuell real without the participation of other people.

Both aspects are essential for personal growth, but it is essential to find a balance between the subjectivity which comes from privacy and the objectivity invited by communication, such one may nourish the other.

The human being needs to look personaliso himself to deepen his thoughts and to find the basis of every decision in the direction of his life; in this way his inner life is enriched and new possibilities of action open up which may also benefit others. The interiority of the person is directly related to the sense of purpose or vocation which he seeks to realize through his actions and that may be simply a value, such as justice, truth, or love, or that may be defined by his calling or profession.

From the point of view of Mounerian Personalism this mission of persomalismo teacher is crucial, as it helps the student to discover his goal and to value his freedom, from which he can decide what to do in order to grow as a person. There is an essential link between the decisions that a person makes in the course of his life, because through them he is making his way to his goal, or in Mounier’s words, “when I choose this or that, I choose myself indirectly in each decision, and in making the choice, I am constructing myself” Teacher’s role is to accompany the student in order to help personakismo discover his achievements, and personaliwmo encourage him in the face of difficulties, so that he gains confidence and his self-esteem is boosted.

Mounier suggests “we must restore the personalsmo sense of responsibility and of his enormous power when he has faith in himself” The sense of freedom with which person is born enables him in the course of his life to achieve his independence, and that is where education plays a fundamental role.

To understand the possibilities available for self-fulfillment in a person it is essential to understand that, like all his being, his freedom is limited, restricted, conditional, since he will otherwise think he has rights that are not in fact his due. A person’s own way of being, his freedom, is conditioned by what is given to him, as such Mounier highlights:.

I am given to myself and the world preexists me. This being my nature, there are multiple factors weighing on my very freedom, that which comes from myself, from my particular being which limits it, and that which comes from the world, from the necessities which constrain it and the values which drive it. Only this responsible kind of freedom ensures survival and coexistence and it must, therefore, be exercised with extreme vigilance.

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It is vital to make the learner understand this concept of conditional freedom from his earliest years, by gradually helping him to take personal responsibility for his decisions. It is necessary to stress that everyone must bear the consequences of his actions, so that, knowing himself responsible for them, the person learns to properly consider the positive and negative aspects of each decision, and to act prudently.

Communication enriches only if the person is able to recognize the dignity of the mounoer. What determines the dignity of a being is what that being is, and, consequently, it is the transcendence and the spiritual nature ell the human being which make him worthy of mouniee lofty dignity Mounier and of the high degree of respect due to him. The role of education in this regard should be to make the person expect much of himself in his respect for and compliance with the persoonalismo mentioned values of truth and goodness, because this is the way in which he can uphold his dignity and grow as person.

Every human being is forced into a relationship with the other, and that relationship often requires, at least partially, the sacrifice of own interests; the person personalism, therefore, accept this condition for his personal growth.

The principle of treating a pegsonalismo as an end in himself and never as a means to an end, must become the watchword of his actions and feelings, if he wants to show respect for his dignity and that of others. Commitment and action are closely linked in Mounerian perwonalismo, and action is key in Personalism also personzlismo, as a practical philosophy, it does not admit mere reflection on ideas which are not then translated into reality.

All structures of the universe of the Mounerian person converge in this final one, along with several of the central ideas of his philosophy and their important connection with the main function of education in the formation of the person.

Students must be taught that spirit is not given to them totally realized, but that it has the capacity to surpass what is given with what they build upon it Lacroix ; in other words, it is important to grow the student confidence in his own potential. Freedom transforms the person into a being with infinite opportunities to surpass himself through action.

In each action the person performs, emmanue, goes forward or backward in the realization of his being and consequently, he is impoverished or enriched as a person. However, for this action to be effective, the mouniet must, as well as personxlismo persistent and taking responsibility for his actions, commit himself to channeling all his actions in the same direction, towards what he has chosen as his life goal.

The educator’s role from the point of view of Mounier’s philosophy can, therefore, be summed up as helping students to become aware of their potential and teaching them to realize it. This section aims to analyze in depth how those dimensions of the human person proposed by Mounier would be developed in practice through cooperative learning.

Since truth lies in judgment, and is an adaptation between reality and intelligence, the teacher’s role is to enlighten the truth of a reality which at first seems distant, complicated or hidden, in a process that always goes from the exterior and concrete level of the reality, to the deep and abstract level of knowledge.

All people have a natural desire to know Aristotle trans. The construction of knowledge is especially rich in cooperative learning, because it takes place in two parallel processes; on the one hand, the reality to be studied is perceived and apprehended by each group member individually, but on the other hand, when what each member of the team has perceived about that experience is shared, a collective knowledge of it is constructed, which will be personailsmo complete and deeper than individual knowledge Huber For communication to be effective, the people who pesonalismo in it must adopt an empathetic attitude requiring, besides respect, other attitudes such as dialogue, active listening, flexibility and constructive criticism.

Regarding equality, the dependence of each human being on others for his balanced growth is based on the fact that, whilst all people have the same essential characteristics, they possess different personaalismo of being, and this dependence leads to communication and the creation mohnier communities Aristotle, trans. In other words, in the course of his university career, the student should gradually see what his goals are, and the best way the teacher can guide him in this decision is with regard personailsmo how pursue them, since, whatever they may be, they can be attained through self-regulation, commitment, perseverance and responsibility.

Cooperative learning facilitates the development of the value which motivates a person to adopt this mounker, since this value is his own personal good, and teamwork shows that acting on the basis of these criteria leads to better long-term results, as previously explained.

So, if the teacher teaches the student to use his willpower to maintain this attitude in his relationship with the members of his team, the student will see the benefit obtained for the group by so doing, and will continue to adopt it in the pursuit of mouniee own personal goals.

Emmamuel fear of failure limits a person’s freedom of action and, consequently, his creativity in achieving personal fulfillment, because of which it is important for the teachers to stress the importance of being able to meet challenges, rather than focusing on their outcome. Group emmanudl allows individual responsibility to be diluted in that of the group, thus encouraging its members when they have to carry out their tasks; however, the fact that each person knows that he is responsible not only for his own success and failure, but also for that of the other team members, exerts a pressure that will prevent him from relaxing his efforts.

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In addition, as mentioned above, cooperative learning allows the playing of different roles on a rotating basis within the group Johnson et al. Cooperative learning provides an exceptionally good context in which the personnalismo can become aware of his conditional and responsible freedom, because, on the one hand, he will have to comply with certain rules, which must be explained to him by the teacher, in order to participate in teamwork Veenman et al.

Consequently, these are excellent opportunities in which students can learn to set limits on the actions of those who do not respect the freedom of others, and in which e, of them can become aware of his own limitations and of his responsibility towards every decision taken.

To achieve this it is important for the teacher to communicate an attitude of respect and of giving support unselfishly, as well as to develop certain skills, such as obtaining synergies from the contributions of team members, resolving conflicts positively, reducing tensions in the group and seeking consensus Johnson et al.

Attitudes of responsibility, perseverance and commitment, in addition to personalissmo aforementioned flexibility, constructive criticism, dialogue and support, can be promoted through cooperative learning and they are important, not only for the good of the group, but also for the good of each member of the team according to his personal goals. Martin and Dowson emphasize that connectivity on a personal and emotional level in the academic context provides scope for the students’ commitments and achievements.

The development of these attitudes through cooperative learning will strengthen student’s self-esteem Bertucci et al. The educator must respect the option chosen by the student, but his function, as guide, can be very valuable to show him how emmanel give the most of himself.

In this fourth and last section we suggest to complement the initial concept of the person with the contributions of other educators, as John H.

Newman Morales ; Personalismoo and Ernest L. With reference to the contribution of Mounier, he stresses the Thomist anthropological view of considering the human being as a unity of body and spirit in the necessary balance to permit his full and healthy self-realization, and the development of his creativity.

He further emphasizes the personal growth of the human being, which is nourished from two sources: One, his own self, which involves the nurturing of his inner ppersonalismo and steers the free choice of goal that gives meaning to his life; the other, an entity distinct from himself, produced through communication, enriched through cooperation between people, and thus leading to the existence of the community. Everything that encompasses the human person defines his dignity, specifically his capacity for transcendence and his spiritual nature.

His dignity determines the values which motivate his actions, and since, as explained above, the person is oriented by persobalismo essence to seek what mlunier true and to desire what is good Mouniier, trans. However, it is difficult to act in accordance with these values when the person is forced to confront reality and e,manuel free to personalismk so with regard to the former, the student must commit himself to being persistent in his self-regulation, and with regard to the latter, he must learn to respect the limits imposed by the existence of others, to take responsibility for his actions, and to peraonalismo his creativity to fulfill himself.

If he succeeds in acting in accordance with his values, he will improve his self-esteem and this, in turn, will strengthen his sense of his dignity as a person Delgado This paper proposes cooperative learning as an appropriate methodology to help student to discover and understand these different structures that shape him. However, it would be interesting to investigate other ways in which the teacher must make the student see what he is capable of and help him develop more fully those aspects of himself which, ultimately, can help the student to overcome the challenges moujier his personal and professional lives.

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The Pygmalion effector Rosenthal effectis the phenomenon whereby others’ expectations of a target person affect the target person’s performance. A corollary of the Pygmalion effect is the golem effectin which low expectations lead to a decrease in performance; [1] both effects are forms of self-fulfilling prophecy. By the Pygmalion effect, people internalize their positive labels, and those with positive labels succeed accordingly.

The idea behind the Pygmalion effect is that increasing the leader’s expectation of the follower’s performance will result in better follower performance. Within sociologythe effect is often cited with regard to education and social class.

The concept of stereotype threat could be considered to be the inverse of the Pygmalion effect, as it denotes a negative form of self-fulfilling prophecy. Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson rfecto study showed that, if teachers were led to expect enhanced performance from children, then the children’s performance was enhanced.

This study supported the hypothesis that reality can be positively or negatively influenced by the expectations of others, called the observer-expectancy effect. Rosenthal argued that biased expectancies could affect reality and create self-fulfilling efeecto. All students in a single California elementary school were given a disguised IQ test at the beginning of the study. These scores were not disclosed to teachers.

The bloomers’ names were made known to the teachers.

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At the end of the study, all students were again tested with the same IQ-test used at the beginning of the study. All six grades in both experimental and control groups showed a mean gain in IQ from before the test to after the test. However, First and Second Graders showed statistically significant gains favoring the experimental group of “intellectual bloomers”.

This led to the conclusion that teacher expectations, particularly for the youngest children, can influence student achievement. Rosenthal believed that even attitude or mood could positively affect the students when the teacher was made aware of the “bloomers”.

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The teacher may pay closer attention to and even treat the child differently in times of difficulty. Rosenthal predicted that elementary school teachers may subconsciously behave in ways that facilitate and encourage the students’ success. When finished, Rosenthal theorized that future studies could be implemented to find teachers who would encourage their students naturally without changing their teaching methods.

The prior research that motivated this study was done in by psychologists regarding the case of Clever Hansa horse that gained notoriety because it was supposed to be able to read, spell, and solve math problems by using its hoof to answer. Many skeptics suggested that questioners and observers were unintentionally signaling Clever Hans. For instance, whenever Clever Hans was asked a question the observers’ demeanor usually elicited a certain behavior from the subject that in turn confirmed their expectations.

For example, Clever Hans would be given a math problem to solve, and the audience would get very tense the closer he tapped his foot to the right number, thus giving Hans the clue he needed to tap the correct number of times.

Teachers are also affected by the children in the classroom. Teachers reflect what is projected into them by their students. An experiment done by Jenkins and Deno submitted teachers to a classroom of children who had either been told to be attentive, or unattentive, to the teachers’ lecture. They found that teachers who were in the attentive condition would rate their teaching skills as higher. Soon after Pygmalion’ s publication, Robert L. Thorndikean educational psychologistcriticized the study and demonstrated that the instrument used to assess the children’s IQ scores was seriously flawed.

In the end, Thorndike wrote the Pygmalion study’s findings were worthless. He summarized his evaluation of the instrument this way: When pogmaleon clock strikes 14, we throw away the clock. A major limitation has also been the lack of replication. Leader expectations of the employee may alter leader behavior.

This behavior that is expressed toward an employee can affect the behaviors of the employee in favor of the leader’s expectations.

In turn, the employee participates in more learning behavior. Leaders will show more leader behaviors such as leader-member exchange pigmalein, respect, obligation, etc. These factors were brought about by Rosenthal’s model of the Pygmalion effect.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Handbook of Psychology volume Pygmalion in the classroom: Influence of student behavior on teacher’s self-evaluation. Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Pygmalion in the classroom by Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson. American Educational Research Journal, 5 4 Magnitude of ;igmaleon expectancy effects on pupil IQ as a function of the credibility of expectancy induction: A synthesis of findings from 18 experiments.

Journal of Educational Psychology, 76 1 The role of leader behaviors”. Journal of Management35 5— Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw.

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The heroes of the series are two young children, brother and sister Jo and Zette Legrand, and their pet chimpanzee Jocko. Jo, Zette and Jocko appear on the rear covers of some The Adventures of Tintin comic booksbut never appear in the stories. When they wake up it is to find that they have all been robbed of their valuables. Later, while on holiday at the seaside, Jo, Zette and Jocko, playing in a rowing boat, get lost at sea when a thick fog comes down.

Rescued by a submarinethey are taken to a anv undersea base where a mad scientist has plans for the two young children. But their problems are far from over.

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They have to deal with cannibalsmodern-day piratesan erupting volcanogangstersthe media and there is still the mad amd who wants them for his evil plans.

In one scene Zette is harassed by a representative of Cosmos Pictures which was run by Tintin’s enemy Rastapopoulos.

It will go to the builders of the first aeroplane to fly from Paris to New York at kilometres per hour. Jo and Zette’s father sets about designing such a plane, but the project comes under threat from a gang of saboteurs led by William and Fred Stockrise, Pump’s passed-over nephews who will only inherit if the ship is not completed within the year after the reading of the will, who go to all lengths, from theft to bombing, to prevent it.

A framed photo of Captain Haddock can be seen hanging on the wall of the Legrand living-room just sette Mr Legrand switches on the light to confront intruders.

Crash-landing near the North Pole they face a race against time to get the plane back home and win the trans-Atlantic challenge. But the Stockrise brothers and their gang are still determined to thwart the operation even if Jo and Zette successfully make it home.

Nevertheless, Jo and Zette’s father agrees to build him a bridge in his kingdom.

The problem is there is a group of scoundrels led by Prime Minister Ramahjuni and the evil fakir Rabindah who aren’t too keen on the idea. Whereas Tintin had no parents and did not go to school, they wanted a series in which the protagonists had a family and acted more “normal”; they also requested that these characters have ztte adventures in France.

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It would continue to appear in the newspaper in installments until Junethroughout being printed in red and black. The characters didn’t have the total freedom enjoyed by Tintin Think of Jules Renard ‘s phrase ‘Not everyone can be an orphan!

It began in as a Tintin adventure of the same jcko. Greg came up with two potential plots: The Valley of the Cobras was the first Jo, Zette and Jocko adventure to be translated and published in English in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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A Summary of IEEE Standard. IEEE defines the communications mechanism for RuBee tags. RuBee tags have very low power consumption (a. Introduction • It’s a wireless data communication protocol based on IEEE • RuBee is proposed for high security applications and use in. PDF | This work presents an investigation on the use of the IEEE (RuBee) protocol in order to communicate with buried assets. This is an important.

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Although very resistant to interference, metal, water and obstacles, it is very limited in range, usually only suitable for short-range networks under 70 feet. This standard is aimed at the conception of wireless network of sensors and actuators in industrial and military environments.

RuBee tags emit virtually no RF and do not produce any Compromising Emanations, as a result are used in high security facilities. RuBee tags are safe and in use near and on high explosive facilities. Other concurrent standards also exist: RuBee stands in contrast to the well-known network certification ZigBeea related but completely different networking standard.

The Controller initiates a command request and the Responder detects the request, processes some functions like measuring pressure, temperature or activating a relay, before sending a Response packet back to the Controller. The maximum power of emission recommended is 10 micro-Watts. This power limits the area of the network to a piconetbetween 0.

Inductive coupling power falls cubically with the distance between the Controller and Responder. The Controller must support both modulations, although the Responder may only support one. On top of the modulation, the IEEE This encoding method combined with BPSK is insensitive to a polarity reversal and has a good signal-to-noise ratio.

The protocol is simple: Two types of PDUs are available for use in the protocol: Each support an application protocol that the specific implementation must define. A frame check sequence is responsible for error checking, which, due to the system’s simplicity, must be done on the application layer.

The protocol uses heuristics – measures that generally work but do not absolutely guarantee their reception or accuracy – in order to be most efficient. Unlike the Carrier Sense Multiple Access CSMA standard there is no anti-collision mechanism; multiple signals are unable to be distinguished by the network if the Controllers 1902. Responders are not completely synchronized.

The Controller is considered permanently “Awake” and to have a power supply provided by a permanent source. The Responder is made to work on battery and alternate between “Listening” and “Sleeping” states. Thus, the Responder can detect the communicating Controller and stay listening. If there are many Responders and if the Controller uses only the one-to-one Request PDU, the Responder will stay listening for all commands sent and received on the network, and therefore may stay permanently awake.

The use of responder groups, multicast or broadcasthelp to better ieee battery life for the Responders. An optimization for the cost and sleeping period of the Request PDUs must be done on the application layer.

A nice 11902.1 proposed in the standard is a frequency available to broadcast energy and supply the Responders. This frequency is As the medium in an inductive signal, the signal diminishes cubically, so the Responders must sleep quite a long time in order to store enough energy to listen and respond to the Controller requests. It is often desirable for them to charge for periods of time before being used again.

Use of a higher wattage is not allowed in Europe. BMC encoding on BPSK modulation allows synchronizing the listening of the carrier on a specific Responder or Controller signal, rejecting all other signals as noise. If a network is eiee of many Controllers and a large number of Responders, the Controllers’ requests are synchronized as well as Responders’ responses the “Clip” mechanism.

In the traditional ” volume multiplexing ” concept, however, the Controllers would be placed nearby their Responders and answer only to the nearest Controller. This “Clip” Controller signal is much better that others at greater distances and filters out more noise.

Department of Energy DoE. Dipole antenna — In radio and telecommunications a dipole antenna or doublet is the simplest and most widely used class of antenna. A dipole antenna consists of two identical conductive elements such as metal wires or rods, which are usually bilaterally symmetrical.

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The driving current from the transmitter is applied, or for receiving antennas the output signal to the receiver is taken, between the two halves of the antenna, each side of the feedline to the transmitter or receiver is connected to one of the conductors.

This contrasts with an antenna, which consists of a single rod or conductor with one side of the feedline connected to it. A common example of a dipole is the rabbit ears television antenna found on broadcast television sets and this is the simplest type of antenna from a theoretical point of view.

Dipoles are resonant antennas, meaning that the serve as resonators, with standing waves of radio current flowing back. So the length of the elements is determined by the wavelength of the radio waves used. The radiation pattern of a dipole is omnidirectional, it radiates equal power in all azimuthal directions perpendicular to the axis of the antenna.

For a half-wave dipole the radiation is maximum,2. Several different variations of the dipole are also used, such as the dipole, short dipole, cage dipole, bow-tie. The dipole was the earliest type of antenna, it was invented by German physicist Heinrich Hertz around in his investigations of radio waves.

The feedpoint impedance of an antenna is very sensitive to its electrical length. Therefore, a dipole will generally only perform optimally over a narrow bandwidth. The real and imaginary components of impedance, as a function of electrical length, are shown in the accompanying graph. The detailed calculation of these numbers are described below, note that the value of the reactance is highly dependent on the diameter of the conductors, this plot is for conductors with a diameter of.

Dipoles that are smaller than the wavelength of the signal are called short dipoles. These have a low radiation resistance making them inefficient antennas. Broadcasting — Broadcasting began with AM radio, which came into popular use around with the spread of vacuum tube radio transmitters and receivers.

Before this, all forms of communication were one-to-one, with the message intended for a single recipient. Over the air broadcasting is usually associated with radio and television, the receiving parties may include the general public or a relatively small subset, the point is that anyone with the appropriate receiving technology and equipment can receive the signal.

The field of broadcasting includes both government-managed services such as radio, community radio and public television, and private commercial radio.

Code of Federal Regulations, title 47, part 97 defines broadcasting as transmissions intended for reception by the general public, private or two-way telecommunications transmissions do not qualify under this definition. For example, amateur and citizens band radio operators are not allowed to broadcast, as defined, transmitting and broadcasting are not the same. Transmissions using a wire or cable, like television, are also considered broadcasts.

In the s, transmissions of television and radio programs via streaming digital technology have increasingly been referred to as broadcasting as well, the earliest broadcasting consisted of sending telegraph signals over the airwaves, using Morse code, a system developed in the s by Samuel F. Morse, physicist Joseph Henry and Alfred Vail and they developed an electrical telegraph system which sent pulses of electric current along wires which controlled an electromagnet that was located at the receiving end of the telegraph system.

A code was needed to transmit natural language using only these pulses, Morse therefore developed the forerunner to modern International Morse code.

Audio broadcasting began experimentally in the first decade of the 20th century, by the early s radio broadcasting became a household medium, at first on the AM band and later on FM.

Television broadcasting started experimentally in the s and became widespread after World War II, satellite broadcasting was initiated in the s and moved into general industry usage in the s, with DBS emerging in the s.

Originally all broadcasting was composed of signals using analog transmission techniques keee in the s.

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In general usage, broadcasting most frequently refers to the transmission of information, Analog audio vs. HD Radio Analog television vs. This is the equivalent of 55 newspapers per person per day in Telephone broadcasting also grew to include telephone services for news and entertainment programming which were introduced in the s.

United States Department of Defense — The Department is the largest employer in the world, with nearly 1. Adding to its employees are overNational Guardsmen and Reservists from the four services and it is headquartered at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.

The Department of Defense is headed by the Secretary of Defense, Military operations are managed by nine regional or functional Unified Combatant Commands. The Department of Defense also operates several joint services schools, including the National Defense University, the history of the defense of the United States started with the Continental Congress in The Preamble of the United States Constitution gave the authority to federal government, to defend its citizens and this first Congress had a huge agenda, that of creating legislation to build a government for the ages.

Legislation to create a military defense force stagnated, two separate times, President George Washington went to Congress to remind them of their duty to establish a military.

In a special message to Congress on 19 Decemberthe President cited both wasteful military spending and inter-departmental conflicts, deliberations in Congress went on for months focusing heavily on the role of the military in society and the threat of granting too much military power to the executive.

The act placed the National Military Establishment under the control of a single Secretary of Defense, the National Military 19021 formally began operations on 18 September, the day after the Senate confirmed James V. Forrestal as the first Secretary of Defense. The National Military Establishment was renamed the Department of Defense on 10 Augustunder the Department of Defense Reorganization Act ofchannels of authority within the department were streamlined, while still maintaining the authority of the Military Departments.

Also provided in this legislation was a centralized authority, the Advanced 19021 Projects Agency. The Act moved decision-making authority from the Military Departments to the Joint Chiefs of Staff and it also strengthened the command channel of the military over U. Written and promoted by the Eisenhower administration, it was signed into law 6 Augustbecause the Constitution vests all military authority in Congress and the President, the statutory authority of the Secretary of Defense is derived from their constitutional authorities.

Department of Defense Directive The latest version, signed by former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates in Decemberis the first major re-write sincethe Office of the Secretary of Defense is the Secretary and Deputy Secretarys civilian staff.

Government departments and agencies, foreign governments, and international organizations, OSD also performs oversight and management of the Defense Agencies and Department of Defense Field Activities.

OSD also supervises the following Defense Agencies, Several defense agencies are members of the United States Intelligence Community and these are national-level intelligence services that operate under the jurisdiction of the Department of Defense but simultaneously fall under the authorities of isee Director of National Intelligence. Iees standards have largely replaced IEEE for computer use, in the late s, Hewlett-Packard manufactured various automated test and measurement instruments, such as digital multimeters and logic analyzers.

They developed the HP Interface Bus to enable easier interconnection between instruments and controllers, the bus was relatively easy iewe implement using the technology at the time, using a simple parallel bus and several individual control lines.

It became known as the General Purpose Interface Bus, and became a de facto standard for automated, as GPIB became popular, it was formalized by various standards organizations. Commands to control the same class of instrument, e. This was incorporated into the standard inover HPs objections. The bus employs sixteen signal lines — eight used for data transfer. Every device on the bus has a unique 5-bit primary address, the standard allows up to 15 devices to share a single physical bus of up to 20 meters total cable length.

It was originally developed in the s by Centronics, and was known as the Centronics port. In the s, Centronics developed the now-familiar printer parallel port 1920.1 became a de facto standard. Centronics had introduced the first successful low-cost seven-wire print head, which used a series of solenoids to pull the metal pins to strike a ribbon.

A dot matrix print head consists of a series of pins arranged in a vertical row. Each pin is attached to some sort of actuator, a solenoid in the case of Centronics, which can pull the pin forward to strike a ribbon and the paper. The entire print head is moved horizontally in order to print a line of text, character sets on early printers normally used 7 by 5 pixels to produce column text.

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