A message flows from an information source through a transmitter that encodes a signal. The communication channel, shown as the tiny square box subject to noise, conveys the signal to a receiver, which decodes the signal into a message that is delivered to a destination.

Related Diagrams

[tag-gallery tag=conversation columns=5 theight=100 twidth=150]


  • Samuel Dalva

    May 13, 2011
    11:23 pm

    You forget to label the “Channel” box.

  • Deepak Dahal

    Dec 12, 2012
    7:08 pm

    not that much better. keep some interesting theory also.

  • Chris Wong

    Mar 11, 2013
    1:08 pm

    why is noise important in communication?

Leave a Comment