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A SEMINAR

PRESENTATION
ON

ALL INDIA RADIO PRASAR BHARATI

Presented to :

Presented By :

Mr. Rishabh Sharma

Nitin Vashistha
7th sem, E & CE

ALL INDIA RADIO PRASAAR BHARTI

In this era of technology due to need of wireless communication, A national service was planned and developed by the Prasar Bharati Broadcasting Corporation of India.

AIR today has a network of 232 broadcasting centers.


In External services, it covers 27 languages

HISTORY
The first license granted for transmitting a broadcast
was given on February 23, 1922. The Radio Club of Calcutta was the first radio club to start functioning in Nov-1924 The Government run broadcasting set up was called the India State Broadcasting Service (ISBS) which is then turned into AIR (All India Radio) in June 1936. The introduction of the commercial channel Vividh Bharti in October 1957 increased the interest and popularity of radio.

PRINCIPLE OF AIR
Transmitting A radio wave carries information signal; Signals are converted into electrical signals. A carrier wave is then produced from the modulation. The wave is then amplified, and sent to the antenna that then converts signal into an E.M. wave. Receiving An antenna on receiving the signal send it to the receiver this then converts the electrical signal sends it Reception Modulation to the amplifier either a speaker/headphones Demodulation Amplification jack this is then converted Amplification into a sound wave. Transmission

STUDIO CHAIN IN AIR STATION


Studio Centre Broadcast Studio Mixing

Control Room

Facilities in AIR Studio


Recording Room Dubbing Room Loud Speakers

Headphones

SATELLITE COMMUNICATION

ADVANTAGES

This is only means which can provide multi access two way communication. The cost of transmitting information through satellite is independent of distance. Satellite can be used for two way communication or broadcast purpose with the covered area. Satellites are capable of handling very high bandwidth. It is possible to provide large coverage using satellite. For example geostationary satellite can cover about 42% of earth surface using global beam.

ANTENNA SYSTEM

Antenna is usually a metallic device (a rod or a wire) used for radiating or receiving electromagnetic waves. The receiving antenna picks up the radio waves and delivers . The transmitting and receiving antennae are reciprocal in the sense, any characteristics of the antenna in general applies equally to both.

STUDIO TRANSMITTER LINK

TRANSMITTING SYSTEM
RECEIVING SYSTEM

STUDIO TRANSMITTER LINK FRONT


VIEW

Studio Transmitter Links (Front View)

POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM


AC Power Supply DC Power Supply

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