The Silence Revolution
Translated from digital concentrate to Russian analog
Good morning, dear students! The title of today’s lecture is “The Evolution of Analog Aero-Oscillatory Speech into Digital Electromagnetic Current and Their Subsequent Integration in the Unified Information Field.”
Young man, what’s that you have on your head? Is that the style these days? I hope you’ll forgive an old man; in my day we didn’t have such things. I continue….
At the dawn of their development, humans did not use any technical means for the exchange of information. Like their ancient ancestors, before the discovery of fire or the construction of any artificial shelter, they utilized what nature provided – primitive biological mechanisms for analog modulation/demodulation. The transmission medium was the air. The reliable transmission distance was 1 to 50 meters, with zero interference-suppression and zero channel security. There were no options for transmission speed, which averaged just 128 bits per second, and, of course, no possibility of full duplex.