Here are the various components of the communication process in detail.
Input: The sender has an intention to communicate with another person. This intention makes up the content of the message.
Sender: The sender encodes the message, e.g. the idea of "piece of furniture to sit on" = . Thus he gives expression to the content.
Channel: The message is sent via a channel, which can be made of a variety of materials. In acoustic communication it consists of air, in written communication of paper or other writing materials.
Noise:The channel is subjected to various sources of noise. One example is telephone communication, where numerous secondary sounds are audible. Even a solid channel such as paper can be crushed or stained. Such phenomena are also noise in the communicative sense.
Receiver: The receiver decodes the incoming message, or expression. He "translates" it and thus receives the
Output: This is the content decoded by the receiver.
Code: In the process, the relevance of a code becomes obvious. The codes of the sender and receiver must have at least a certain set in common in order to make communication work.