Project on Design and Construction of TV transmitter Circuits

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CompetencyDemonstration ReportCareer Episode 1
CE 1.1 Project InformationName of the project:Design and construction of TV transmitter circuitsLocation of the project:(Please fill)Project Duration:(Please fill)Organization:(Please fill)Role and Designation during the time:Team MemberCE 1.2 Project BackgroundCE 1.2.1 Characteristics of the projectI had conducted this project work on design and construction of television transmittercircuits.The circuit of TV transmitter is used for transmitting the audios along with the videosignals. I analyzed the signals of the audio which are frequency modulated while there is PALmodulation of the video signals. I applied the modulated signals to the antenna.I had analyzedsome of the applications of TV transmitter circuits such as it was used in the broadcastingapplications, transmission of both audios as well as video signals.CE 1.2.2 Objectives developed for the projectFollowing were the objectives developed for this particular project study:To design and construct of television transmitter circuits which works over FM frequencyTo transfer of video as well as audio signals over definite distance
To design of audio and video sender circuit by applying a voltage of 12V throughout thebattery to circuitCE 1.2.3 My area of workI had mainly involved in the design of television system so that I could embrace therequired capabilities of the sense of vision of people. I had compromised of providing televisionservices such as broadcast services into the television standards adopted. I had adopted the workof transmission of signals over some specific distances for the communication. I had also workedin an area of testing the circuit and telecommunication equipment.CE 1.2.4 Project GroupFigure 1: People involved in the projectHead of the Department of TelecommunicationEngineeringProject SupervisorEngineering student(Myself)Team MemberTeam Member
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