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FERQUENCY MODULATION (FM) TRANSMITTER

Research Topic: Frequency Modulation (FM) Transmitter


CHAPTER ONE

Introduction

Generally, FM transmitter is a facility or a portable device, which converts a specific audio output into an FM radio signal. Presently, our satisfactions these days mostly depend on electronics. This satisfaction may come in various ways. For instance, one can now stay in his house or in motion to communicate with a distance person through telephone. One can now tune to television in his or her house and also radio stations to listen to news.The FM band or frequency range is 88HZ to 10MHZ although it is getting fairly crowded yearly everywhere, you can still find a blank spot in the dial. Something that transmits (ie sounds or passion) especially part of a telegraph radio apparatus for sending out signals, message, music etc. it is an electrical transducer which amplifies sound information

1.1 Background of the Study

Sound (to shout in your voice) information can be transmitted by the aid of microphone. This is to make life easier, sweet, comfortable and less stressful for us. However, the study of electronics is not simple as may be perceived by people who professionalized in its operation. Electronics involves movement of electron and electromagnetic wave. In fact, what happens in electronics is invisible. FM transmitter or FM modulator is a hot topic that has been widely typed in the mobile industry and outside it, it has become imperative for all information technology companies in Nordic countries and beyond to have FM transmitter.

1.2 Aims and Objective

The aim of this research is to bring to the lay man the simplest idea of how FM transmitter works.

To achieve this aforementioned aim, this project (FM transmitter) sets the objective of making it easier to know –

1.2.1 Aim1.2.2 Objectives

The transmitter, frequency modulation (FM) and the most important parts of the FM transmitter

The connectivity of FM transmitter

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Topic: Frequency Modulation (FM) Transmitter

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