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Name: Class :
Chapter 8
Exercise 1
Learning Area: Electronics and Information and Communication Technology.
Learning Objective: Understanding radio waves.
1. Diagram below shows the displacement-distance graph of a wave.
Displacement / m

P
Distance / m

Name the parts label P and Q.


P : .
Q :
2. Fill in the blanks with suitable word given in the box below.
crests

distance

frequency

oscillation

troughs amplitude equilibrium maximum

one

(a) The .. displacement of particles from its .. position is


called .
(b) Wavelength is the between two consecutive .. or between
two consecutive .. of the wave.
(c) The number of complete generated in second is known as

3. Diagram below shows the electromagnetic spectrum.


Gamma
rays

Ultraviolet

Infrared

(i) . increases.
(ii) decreases.

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Microwave

(a) On the diagram above, fill in the blanks (i) and (ii) with suitable factor.
(b) Identify waves
X : Y : . Z : ..
(c) What is the negative effect of extreme ultraviolet rays on our skin?

(d) Name two uses of microwave.


(i) .
(ii) .
4.

Fill in the blanks with suitable word given in the box below.
travel

radio

light blocked

obstacles

sound

communication

waves are suitable for use in because it can .


very far and as fast as .. They are not easily .. by
in their way. Besides they can also carry waves very far from their source.

5. The water wave generated in a ripple tank has a wavelength of 2.5 cm. If the vibrator is operating at
a frequency of 50 Hz, what is the speed of travel of the ripples ?

Speed
v

= Frequency x Wavelength
= f

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Name: Class :
Chapter 8
Exercise 2
Learning Area: Electronics and Information and Communication Technology.
Learning Objective: Analysing radio communication.
Draw the symbol and match the functions of each electronic component in the table.
Electric
component

Symbol

Function

1. Capacitor

Used to control the current in


any electrical circuit

2. Diode

Store electric charges and


discharge them at regular
interval when required

3. Inductor

Used to increase or decrease


the alternating current voltage
of an electrical power supply

4. Transformer

Act as a current amplifier

5. Transistor

Act as an electrical valve,


allowing current to flow in one
direction

6. Resistor

Use to induce an electromotive


force

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Name: ..Class : ..
Chapter 8
Exercise 3
Learning Area: Electronics and Information and Communication Technology.
Learning Objective: Analysing radio communication.
1. Diagram below shows a schematic diagram of a radio transmission system and radio receiver
system. State the functions of each component.

(a)

/ Antenna

carrier waves

radio

(b)
Antenna / Aerial

Demodulator
Loudspeaker

carrier
3. Diagram below shows a schematic diagram
of awaves
radio transmission system.

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U: ........................

Q: ................

P: ........................

R: ................

T: ................

S: ........................

(a) On the diagram above, name parts labelled P, Q, R, S, T and U.


(b) There are two types of modulations, amplitude modulation and frequency modulation. Draw
the two modulated waves in the spaces below.

Modulated frequency wave (FM)

Modulated amplitude wave (AM)

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Name: Class :
Chapter 8
Exercise 4
Learning Area: Electronics and Information and Communication Technology.
Learning Objective: Understanding satellite communication.
1. Diagram below shows a Global Satellite Communication Network.

X: ...

Y: ...

(a) Name X and Y.


(b) How many communication satellites are needed to cover worldwide communication?

(c) (i) What type of signals are transmitted by a satellite station to a communication satellite?

(ii) Give one advantage of the signals stated in (c)(i).


..
(d) State three types of transmission that can be sent through satellite communication.
(i) .
(ii) .
(iii) .
(e) State two applications of satellite communication.
(i) .
(ii) .

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