All we know that wireless earphones have the ability to send and receive the sound signals from several distances by the signal sender and the receiver. Some portion of the earphones must physically connect to the receiver to get the sound signals.
The unit or the portion which connect it to the sound receiver is called the base unit, and may be internal to the receiver or connected by the means of cables.
The receiver sends the sound to the base unit in the form of the electrical impulses, these impulses must travel through the wires as a medium before being prepared for the transmission through the air.
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The Base Unit Sends Radio Signals
When the wireless headphones base unit receives electrical impulses from the audio receiver, a processor in the base unit begins converting the impulses into radio waves. Since most wireless headphones work on frequency modulation (FM) channel, the radio waves generated by the base unit must fall within a very narrow band of frequencies.
Slight alterations in the frequency–as little as 5 Hz–carry the actual sound content over the air and to the headphones.
Depending on the brand and capabilities of the wireless headphones, the base unit may contain a built-in antenna from which the radio waves are broadcast, or it may use a feed to an external antenna that is mounted in the home, in the office or even outside for broadcasting over greater distances.
Headphones Convert Radio Waves Back into Sound
The headphone portion of wireless headphones actually features two separate parts: a radio receiver and at least one speaker. The radio receiver catches passing radio waves through either a built-in or a protruding antenna. As the radio waves pass by, they excite electrons within the antenna and create an electric signal.
The electric signal is fed to a small processor where noise, static and out-of-frequency interference is stripped out, then the clean signal is passed to the speakers. As the speakers within the wireless headphones receive the electric signals, they use electromagnets to create a physical vibration on the speaker membrane. This vibration is transferred through the air–and received by the listener–as audible sound.
How do wind-up Radios work?
A radio, like any other electrical appliance, draws electricity for power. In a wind-up radio, this electricity is converted from the mechanical energy of a winding mechanism, which is basically a very small electric generator.
The Power Used by A Radio
The Electricity Generation in a Wind-Up Radio
Most electric generators require spinning rotors to generate electricity. The spinning of this rotor is generated by the winding motion of your hands. As the rotor, which is made of copper, turns inside the radio, it is turning inside a magnetic field.
This spinning of the rotor inside the fixed magnetic field generates electricity in accordance with Faraday’s Law of Induction. The electricity generated by this spinning rotor can be sent from the winding mechanism to the components of the radio by brushes attached to an electrical load.
The Final Working of the Radio
The electricity generated by the winding motion of the rotor is used by the circuitry of the radio. This spreads the electricity to the necessary components in the radio, allowing the radio to pick up a signal and emit sound through a speaker.