Development of College of Industrial Technology Frequency Modulation Broadcast Trainer


A frequency modulation broadcast station trainer was developed to expose the students to the basic equipment needed in radio broadcasting. The cost of portable FM broadcast trainer is much lower than the cost of the traditional commercially available equipment because of the materials used. The FM broadcast trainer is laboratory equipment that can be used by schools offering academic programs in industrial courses specifically Electronics and Communication Technology courses. At present there is no portable FM broadcast station available in the local market. Some schools are reluctant to buy new FM station equipments since these are quite costly nowadays. To resolve this problem, the researchers deemed that it is necessary to design and develop a portable FM broadcast trainer that is simple and affordable to fulfil the basic curricular requirements for offering courses in Electronics and Communications Technician at Bulacan State University. This is a requirement for the graduates to qualify to take the Radio Telephone Operator examination given by the National Telecommunication Commission, the telecommunication body in the Philippines counterpart of Federal Communication Commission in the US. Aside from this, the station will be a venue for mass communications students and a vehicle for channelling important announcement from the school.

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Pangilinan, B. (2014) Development of College of Industrial Technology Frequency Modulation Broadcast Trainer. Open Access Library Journal, 1, 1-6. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1100499.

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