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Teletechnology signals: a theoretical construct Martell, Dorthy Julia C.


This analytical study describes, in a general way, via a select literature overview, the historical development of distant communications technology and information (computer) technology; and presents a theoretical construct for TELETECHNOLOGY signals and their manipulation. The visual, sound and binary signalling elements constitute and modulate the interactions of the radiant energy activity within the abstract influx model and relate these to the actual ethnotechnological world. A purview of representative technological terms is broached; implications for the use and management of communications and information technologies are presented; a measurement instrument framework is depicted; and a possible new world view is proposed.

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