Demonstration Models For Experiments Of MW Radio Circuits

Demonstration Models For Experiments Of MW Radio Circuits

Catalogue No. – 13017
To study the working & various faults of MW Transistor Receiver and
Signal/noise and output. The unit compiled on Phenolic sheet with top
side nicely screen printed & circuit diagram drawn. Components are
soldered along the circuit important connections are brought out on
terminals. The instrument consists of a Power supply, AGC section, IF section,
Oscillator section, Antenna section & output section. Also provided
with 6 VDC Power supply, 4″ 8 Ohm speaker. [table “13017” not found /]

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Demonstration models for experiments of MW (medium wave) radio circuits are educational tools used to demonstrate the principles of radio communication and circuits.

The models typically consist of a circuit board with various electronic components such as resistors, capacitors, transistors, and antennae, arranged in a way that represents a working radio circuit. They are housed in a transparent or open case to allow for easy observation of the internal components and circuitry.

These demonstration models are used in educational institutions such as schools and universities to teach students about the principles of radio communication, how radio circuits work, and how they can be constructed. Students can observe the behavior of the circuit as it is adjusted or modified, and learn about the effects of different components on the circuit’s behavior.

Demonstration models for experiments of MW radio circuits can be used in conjunction with other laboratory equipment such as oscilloscopes and function generators to conduct more complex experiments and gain a deeper understanding of radio circuits and communication.