BBA Modern form of Communication Note

Modern form of Communication Note

Q. 9. Discuss the uses of following modern form of communication : 1. Telex, 2. Fax, 3. Video Conferencing, 4. E-mail. Ans. 1. Telex: Telex is the key to instant communication it is a secure, switched messaging service that confirms to international transmission standards: (a) Telex network is constantly being developed internationally using Intelligent Network Technology. (b) Telex transmissions confirm and authenticate delivery from sender to receiver and vice versa. Through the exchange of strictly controlled answer back codes by the controlling telex administration. (C) Telex is the safest and most reliable way for use as primary communication. (d) Telex message arrives perfectly at the distant end. Exchange of answer backs after transmitting a telex message ensures that connection is still established with the distant end before the sender terminates the call. Live keyboard two way conversations can be held with the telex system. 2. Fax: For message can be prepared beforehand that can be typed, hand written or contain graphics. (a) Facsimile machines can easily be moved from one telephone line to another. (b) Once the document has gone past the scanner and the wait time for more sheets has finished the facsimile machine automatically close down. (c) It is very quick and reliable way of sending information. 3. Video Conferencing: Participants need not be sitting at the same place but they can communicate with each other simultaneously from different parts of the and can see others expressions. It is like face-to-face communication. (a) Communication appears as the participants are sitting in the same room and discussing issues with each other. (b) Records can easily be maintained for future references. 4. E-mail or Electronic Mail : (a) It is quick and eliminates postal delays. (b) Cheap even in long distance communicator. (c) Does not distrust the receiver and can be retrieved at receivers convenience. (d) Can be stored for future reference. (e) Does not depend on the availability of receiver. (f) Can be sent to a large number of people at the same time. (g) Confidential and secure.

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