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SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
SUMMER TRAINING  REPORT ON DOORDARSHAN KENDRA SILCHER
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  • 1. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 1 CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION TO DOORDARSHAN 1.1 INTRODUCTION TYPE Broadcast television network. COUNTRY : India. AVAILABILITY : National. OWNER : Prasar Bharati. LAUNCH DATE : 1959. PAST NAME All India Radio. WEBSITE http://www.ddindia.gov.in Doordarshan is a public broadcast terrestrial television channel run by PrasarBharati ,a board nominated by the Government of india.it is one of the largest broadcasting organization in this world in terms of the infrastructure of studios and transmitters recently it has also started terrestrial transmitters. Beginning Doordarshan had a modest beginning with the experimental telecast stating in Delhi in September 1959 with a small transmitter and a make shift studio. The regular daily transmission started in 1965 as a part of all India radio. The television service was extended to Mumbai(then Bombay) and Amritsar in 1972 till 1975 seven India cities had television service and Doordarshan remained the only television channel in India. Television services were separated from radio in 1976.Each office of All India Radio and Doordarshan were placed under the management of two separate director generals in NewDelhi. Finally Doordarshan as a national Broadcaster came in to existence.
  • 2. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 2 Doordarshan Silchar has uplinking frequency 6.0565GHZ and downlinking frequency 3.8315GHZ.The location of INSAT-4B is 93.5° east. 1.2 SATELLITE UPLINKING AND DOWNLINKING FREQUENCIES TABLE-1.1 BANDS DOWNLOAD FREQ(GHz) UPLINK FREQ (GHz) S 2.555 to 2.635 5.855 to 5.935 C(Lower) 3.4 to 3.7 5.725 to 5.925 C(Upper) 4.5 to 4.8 6.425 to 7.075 KU 10.7 to 13.25 12.75 to 14.25 KA 18.3 to 22.20 27.0 to 31.00 1.3 TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION BAND-(I) (40 to 68MHZ) TABLE-1.2 CHANNEL RANGE VISION FREQ. AURAL FREQ. 1 ` 41.25 46.75 2 47-54 48.25 53.75 3 54-61 55.25 60.75 4 61-68 62.25 67.75 BAND-(II) 88MHZ to 108MH (FOR FM) 108MHZ to 174MHZ (Other Telecommunication) BAND-(III) T.V TRANSMITTION.(174MHZ to 230MHZ) TABLE-1.4 CHANNEL RANGE VISION FREQ. AURAL FREQ.
  • 3. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 3 5 174-181 175.25 179.75 6 181-188 182.25 187.75 7 188-195 189.25 194.75 8 195-202 196.25 201.75 9 202-209 203.25 208.75 10 209-216 210.25 215.75 11 216-223 217.25 222.75 12 223-230 224.25 229.75 BAND- (IV) (470MHZ to582MHZ) CHANNEL (21-27) BAND- (V) (582MHZ to 790MHZ) CHANNEL (28-60) FOR U.H.F BAND-(VI) (11.7GHZ to 12.5GHZ) FOR KU BAND
  • 4. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 4 CHAPTER-2 FUNDAMENTAL OF MONOCROME AND COLOR TV SYSTEM 2.1 PICTURE FORMATION A picture can be considered to a number of small elementary areas of light or shade which are called PICTURRE ELEMENTS. The thus contain the visual image of scene. In the case of TV camera the scene is focused on the photosensitive surface of pick up device and a optical image is formed. The photoelectric properties of pick up device convert the optical image to electric charge image depending on the light and shade of the scene(picture elements).Now it is necessary to pick up this information and transmit it. For this purpose scanning is employed. Electron beam scans the image line by line and field to provide signal variation s in a successive order.  The scanning is both in horizontal and vertical direction simultaneously.  The horizontal scanning frequency is 15,625 Hertz.  The vertical scanning frequency is 50 Hz. The frame is divided into two fields. Odd lines are scanned first and then the even lines. The odd and even lined are interlaced. Since the frame is divided into 2 fields the flicker reduces The field rate is 50 Hertz. The frame rate is 25 Hertz (Field rate is the same as power supply frequency). 2.1.1NUMBER OF TV LINES PER FRAME If the number of TV lines is high larger bandwidth of video and hence larger R.F. channel width is required. If we go for larger RF channel width the number of channel in the R.F. spectrum will be reduce. However with more number of TV lines on the screen the clarity of the picture i.e. resolution of improves. With lesser number of TV lines per frame the clarity(quality) is poor. The capability of the system to resolve maximum no. Of picture elements along scanning linens determines the horizontal resolution. It means how many alternate black and white
  • 5. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 5 elements can be there in a line. Let us also takeanotherfactor. It is realistic to aim at equal vertical black and white dots on line can be 575x0.69x4/3 which is equal to 528. It means there are 528 divided by 2 cyclic changes i.e. 264 cycles. There 264 cycle are there during 52 micro seconds. Here the highest frequency is 5MHz fhighest =264x10⁶/52= 5MHz Therefore the horizontal resolution of the system is MHz A similar calculation for 525 linens system limits the highest a frequency to 4 MHz and hence the horizontal resolutions of same value. In view of the above the horizontal bandwidth of signal in 625 lines system is 5 MHz. 2.2 THE PALCOLOR TELEVISION SYSTEM 2.2.1 THE COLOR TELEVISION It is possible to obtain any desired color by mixing three primary color i.e. Red, Blue and green in a suitable proportion. figure 10 shows the effect of projecting red , green , blue beans of light so that they The overlap on screen. Y = 0.3 Red + 0.59 Green+ 0.11Blue Fig.2.1 Additive colour mixing
  • 6. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 6 2.3 THE COLOUR TELEVISION It is possible to obtain any desirecolour by mixing three primary colours i.e., red, blue , and green in suitable proportion . Thus it only required to convert optical information of these of these three colour to electrical signals and transmit it on different carriers to bbe decodeed by the receiver . This can then converted back to the optical image at the picture tube. The phosphors for all the three colour i.e. R, G and B are easily available to the manufactures of the picture tube should consists of three signals i.e. R , G and B. It is between the camera and picture tube of the receiver we a system to transmit this information. Fig. 2.2 Colour TV system.
  • 7. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 7 Colourtelevision has the constraint of compatibility and reverse compatibility with the monochrome television system which make it slightly complicated. Compatibility means that when colour TV signal is radiated the monochrome TV sets should also display Black and White pictures . This is achieved by sending Y is monochrome information among with the croma signal . Y is obtained by mixing Black and White as per the known equation. If wetransmit R,G, B, the reserved comp ability cannot be achieved. Let us how : If transmit Y , R & B and derive G then : Since Y = 0.3R + 0.59G + 0.11B G = 1.7Y - 0.51R - 0.19B In such a case what happen with a color TV set when we transmit black and signal. R and B are zero , but G gun sets 1.7 Y. The net result is black and white picture on a colour TV screen appear as Green pictures. So reverse comp ability is not achieved . 2.4 COLOR DIFFERENCE SIGNAL To achieve reverse capability when we transmit Y ,R –Y and B-Y instead of Y,R ,B . We take G Y as this will always be much lower than R-Y and hence will need more amplification and will cause more noise into the system. G-Y can be derived electronically in TV receiver . In the previous paragraph we have seen. Direction to the production crew by the producer of the programs. Timing a production telecast. Editing of different sources available at the production desk Minting of output of signal . Hardware provided in this area included:- Monitoring facility for all the input or output sources ( audio –video) Remote cannot for video mixer , telecine and library store and especial effect (ADO) etc. Communication facility with technical and studio floor.
  • 8. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 8 2.5 VISION MIXING Unlike films , television media allow switching between different source simultanouslyt at the video switcher in production control room operator by the vision Mixer on the various cameras through inters com and the vision mixer (also called VM engineer switcher shots form they selected camas/cameras with split second accuracy in close corporation , superimposed , cross faded , in or fadeout electronically either actual being done during the vertical intervals between the picture the frames. Electronics effects are used now days as a transition between in the two sources. Figure 2.3 Diagram of vision mixer. 2.6 VISION MIXER (OR VIDEO SWITCHER) Though the video switching is done by the VM at remote panel , the electronic is located in the CAR . The vision mixer is typically a 10 x 6 or 20 x 10 cross bar switcher selecting anyone of the 10n or 20 input sources to 6 or 10 different output lines . The input sources include : Camera 1, Camera 2, Camera 3, VTR1 , VTGR2 , Telecine 1 , Telecine 2 , T EST Signal etc. The vision mixer provides for the following operational facilities for editing of TV programs :-
  • 9. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 9 Thus , colour difference signals fulfill the compatibility and reverse capability . Because in this case the colour difference signals are zero if the original signal is monochrome (i.e. . R = B = G) So if we take R –Y =R – (0.3R + 0.59R + 0.11R) = 0 Similarly B –Y = 0 As such colour difference signals are zero for white or any shade of gray where ,Y carries the entire Luminance information. It is to be noted while R , G , B signals always have positive value R N-Y and B-Y chrominance signals synchronous demodulation. But sub carrier is to generated by a local oscillator . This generated sub- carrier in the receiver and also the same phase . This is achieved by porch of H synchronizing pulse. This 10 cycle‟s sub- carrier signal is known as BURST or color BURST. Figure. 2.4 One line display of TV signal.
  • 10. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 10 2.7 PAL ENCODER Figure . 2.5 Block diagram of PAL Encoder.
  • 11. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 11 CHAPTER-3 VIDEO CHAIN IN A TYPICAL DOORDARSHAN STUDIO 3.1STUDIO CENTRE A Studio Centre of Doordashan has the following objectives :- To originate program from studio for live telecast or for recording originated video tape. To knit various coerces of program available at the production camera output videos , feed from others films , videos and characters of especial studios. Procession transitions alert series of various destination of channel. Routing of switching room and micro watching transmitter or any other desired destination. 3.1.1ACTIVITIES IN A TELEVISION STUDIO CAN BE DIVIDED INTO THREE MAJOR AREA SUCH AS  Action area  Production Control room , and  Central apparatus room. This palace required large space and ceiling as compared to any other technical area. Action in thus area included staging , lighting , performance by artiest , and arrangement to pick up picture and sound. Hardware required for these activities in a studio ( typical size 20 x 20 x8.5 cubic meters.) are :- Very efficient air controlling because a lot of heat dissipation by studio light and presence of large number of persons invited audience performing artists and operational crew. Uniform and even flooring for smooth operation of camera dollies and boom microphones etc. 1. ACTION AREA - Acoustic treatment keeping in mind that a television studio is a multi-purpose studio with
  • 12. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 12 a lot of moving persons and equipment during a production.  Supporting facilities like properties wardrobes and makeup etc.  Effective communication facilities for the crew with the production control area.  Studio camera (three to four ) one of the camera fitted with the telecast system and pressure dolly.  Luminary and suspension  Pick up wall sockets for audio operations.  Tie lines box for video and audio lines from control of room.  Cyclorama and curtain tracks for blue and black curtain for chroma keying and limboillghtine respectively.  Audio and video monitoring facilities  Studio warning light and safety devices like fire alarm system and firefightingequipment‟s etc.  Digital clock display. Operational requirement from the technical crew may vary from programme. These requirements for lighting , audio pick up and special effects etc. depends upon he programme requirement such as establishing a period , time, formal or informal or informal situation. 2. PRODUCTION CONTROL AREA – Activities in this area are Take : Selection of any input source Or Cut : Switching clearly from one source to another. Dissolve: Fading out of one source of video and fading in another source of video. Superposition of Two sources Keyed caption when selected inlays superimposed on the background picture. Special Effects A Choice of a number of a number of wipe patterns for slip screen on wipe effects.
  • 13. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 13 The selected output can be moment in the crooning preview monitors. The picture element are available on the monitors, VT test signals etc with any desire special effect, prior to its switching. The switcher also provides cue facilities to switch camera tally light as an indication to the cameraman whether his camera is on output of the switcher. Present day PCR‟s have :- 24 input video special effects switchers (CD 680 or CD 682-SP) Character generators Telecom/ DLS remote controls Adequate monitoring equipment. 3.1.2CHARACTER GENERATOR (CG) Character Generator provides titles and credit captions during production in Roman script. It provides high resolution characters, different color for colorizing characters, background , edge etc. At present bilingual band triangular C.G are also being used by Doordarshan. Character Generators is a microcomputer with Text along instructions when typed in at the keyboard is stored on a floppy or hard disk. Many page of scripts can be stored on hard disk and recalled when needed by typing the address for the stored page , to appear as one of the video sources. 3.1.3 SYNC PULSE GENERATOR (SPG) It is essential that all video sources as input to the switcher are in synchs are stars all the frames of video sources is conductor. It consist of highly stable camera from this crystal oscillation vacuum pulse of stand width and frequency are derived from the crystal electronically which from clock for generation of video signal. These pulses this objective of synchronism. Because of its importance, SPG is normally duplicate for change over cases of failure. It provide the following output: 1) Line drive. 2) Field drive.
  • 14. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 14 3) Mixed blanking. 4) Mixed sync. 5) Colour sub –carrier. 6) A burst insertion pulse. 3.2 PAL PHASE INDENT PULSES 3.2.1 CAMERA CONTROL UNIT (CCU) The television cameras which include camera head with its optical focusing lens , pan and tilt head , video signal pre –amplifier view finder and other associated electronic circuitry are mounted on cameras trolley and operate inside the studios. The output of camera is pre –amplifier in the head and then connected to the camera control unit (CCU) through long multi – core cable (35 to 40 cores) , or triad cable. All the camera control voltages are fed from the CCU to the camera head over the multi-core camera cable . The view –finder signal is also sent over the camera cable to thecamera head view- finder for helping the camera in proper focusing, adjusting composing the shots. The video signal obtain is amplifier the corrected, equalized for cable decays , D C clamped horizontal and vertical blanking pulses added to it the peak white levee is also clipped a video overloading on the following stage and avoiding over modulation in the transistor. The composite sync signals are then added and these video signal are fed to a distribution amplifier , which normally give multiple outputs for monitoring etc. Figure . 3.1 Diagram of CCU.
  • 15. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 15 3.2.2 LIGHT CONTROL The scene to be telecasted most be well laminated to produce a clear and noise free picture. The lighting should give the depth , the correct contrast and artistic display various shade without multi shadows . The lighting arrangement I a TV studio have to be very elaborated. A large number of lights to used meet the needs of „key‟, „fill‟,and „back‟ light etc. Lights are classified as spot and soft lights. These are suspended from motorized hoists and telescopes. The up and down movement is remotely controlled . The switching on and off lights at the required time and diming is controlled from the light controlled panel in siding a lighting control room using SCR dimmer controls . Type remotely control various lights are inside the studios. 3.2.3 SOUND MIXING As a rule in Television, sound accompanies the picture. Several microphones are generally required for production of complex television program beside the other audio sources inthe synchronization with the level of sound sometimes is varied in accidence with the shot composition called “Prospective ". 3.2.4 AUDIO FACILITIES An audio mixing console with a number say about 32 inputs is provided in major studio. This include specter facilities such as equalization PFL , phased reverberation chosen / receive and digital reverberation units at some places tape recorders and FM 98 disrupt[roved playing back/ creating audio effects important sources (married) to the switcher. 3.2.5 VIDEO TAPE RECORDER VTR room is provided at studio center. It houses is few broadcast standard videocassettes (VCRs). In these recorders , sound and video signals are recorded simultaneously on the same tape. Most of the TV center have professional quality B-Format BCN-51 inch VTRs. For broadcast quality play back it is required with correction electronics i.e. a processer which comprise velocity error compensation, drop- out compensation and time based correction. It also comprise a digital variable motion unit enabling still reproduction, slow motion and visible search operation.
  • 16. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 16 New centers are being supplied with Sony U-mastic high band VCRs along with ½” Beta cam SP VCTs , DVC pro Fig. 3.2 Diagram ofVideo tape recorder. 3.2.6 POST PRODUCTION SUITES Modern videotape editing has revolutionized the production of television programs over years. The latest tend all over the world is to have more of fully equipped post production suites than number of studios. Most of present day shooting are done on location using single camera. The actual production is done in tease suites. The job for post-production suitsis: -  To knit program available on various sources..  While doing editing with multiple sources it should be possible to have any kind of transition .  Adding / Mixing sound tracks.  Voice over facilities.  Creating spectra effects. The concept of live editing of sound mixer is replaced by “to do it at post production suites‟. Well-equipped post production suites with have : - Five VTRs/VCRs may be different format remotely controlled by the editor.
  • 17. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 17 Visi0n mixing with especial effect and wipes of with control from remote editor panel . Apex Digital Optics (ADO) for especial effects. Audio mixer with remote control from the editor remote panel. Multi – track audio recorder with time code facilities and remote operation.  Character generator for titles.  Adequate monitoring facilities.  Supported by “offline editing system” to save time in post-production suite.  One man operation. 3.2.7 COVERAGE OF OUTSIDE EVENTS Outside broadcaster (OBs) provide an important part of the television programs. Major events like Spots , important functions , and performance are covered with an O.B van which contain all the essential facilities. 3.3 VIDEO CHAIN The block diagram of facing page contain all these section and it can be observed that the CAR is the nodal data. Now let us follow the CAM – signal. CAM –I first goes to a camera electronics in CAR via a multi core cable, the signal is then matched / adjusted for quality in CCU and then like any sources it goes to video switcher via PP (Patch Panel) and respective VDAs ( Video Distribution Amplifiers) and optional Hum compensator / Cable equalizers. Output from the switcher goes to stabilizing amplifier via PP and VDAs , output from the distributed to various destination.
  • 18. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 18 Fig. 3.3 Block diagram of video chain. 3.4TV LIGHTING Lighting for television is very exciting and needs creative talent. There is always tremendous scope for doing experiments to achieve the required effect. Light a kind of electromagnetic radiation with a visible spectrum from red to violet i.e wave length fro 700 nm to 380 nm respectively. However to effectively use the hardware and software connected with lighting. It is important to know more about the energy. LIGHT SOURCE Any light source has luminance energy which measured in Candelas. Candela is equivalent an intensity created by standard one candid source of light. BASIC THREE POINT LIGHTING  Key light - This is the principal light source of illumination it give shape and modeling by casting shadows. It is tartest like sum of the sky and it should cast only is a one showdown . Normally it the hand spectrum.
  • 19. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 19  Fill Light - Controls the lighting contrast by filling in shadows. It can also provide catch light in the eyes. Normally it soft source.  Back Light - Separated the body from the background , roundness to the subject and reveals texture. Normally it is hard source. BACKGROUND LIGHT-Separate the person from the background , reveals background interest and shade . Normally it is a hard source . In three point lighting the radio of 3/2/1 (Back/Key/Fill) for mono and 3/2/2 for coluor provide good portrait lighting. 3.5 TV CAMERA INTRODUCTION A TV CAMERA CONSISTS OF THREE SECTION a) A Camera lens and optics : To from optical image on the face plate of a pick up device b) A transducer or pick up device : To convert optical image into an electrical signal. c) Electronic : To process output of a transducer to get a CCCVS signal. 3.5.1CCD CAMERA INTRODUCTION Any camera will need a device to optical an electrical signal. Let us consider a picture or better resolution small picture element . For more snappish or better resolution , we have to increase these element. The picture arrange now be focused on to signature of so many CCD elements. Each CCD element will now convert the light information to on it to charge signal. All need now to have an arrangement ton collect this and convert to it voltage the basic principle on which CCD camera are based. 3.5.2LATEST CCD CAMERA CCD were launched in 1983 from broadcast with pixel count from a more 2,50,000 which increased to 20,00,000 in 1994 for HHDTV application . Noise and aliasing has been reduced to negligible level . CCD camera now offer fully modulated video output as light level as 6.0 lumens. Atypical specification for a studio now available in something like 2/3 inch , Fit lens on chop CCD with 6,00,000 pixel 850 Linea H resolution , Sensitivity F-8(2000 Lux) etc.
  • 20. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 20 Fig. 3.4 CCD Camera.
  • 21. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 21 Fig.3.5 Block diagram of Typical Camera. Fig.3.6 Block diagram of Optical part of 3CCD.
  • 22. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 22 Fig. 3.7 Block diagram of electronics part of 3CCD.
  • 23. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 23 CHAPTER-4 HIGH POWER TV TRANSMITTER 4.1DESIGN OF TRANSMITTER All the TV transmitters have the same basicdesign. The of an exciter followed by power amplifiers which boost the exciter power to the required level. In BEL mark transmitted three valve stage 450 CX , BEL 4500 CX are seen vision transmitter chain and two BEL transmitter 50 aural transmitter chain in BEL make the transmitters only the wave stage ( BEL 4500 and BEL - CX) and vision transmitter chain . Aural transmitter chain is fully solid stage in mark all transmitter. But now a days use VHF TV Transmitter (NEC JAPAN). 4.1.1PCN-1610SSPH/1VHF TV TRANSMITTER  It is a digital transmitter.  Its power rating is 10KW.  The main parts of the transmitter are : (1) Exciter (2) Amplifier. Fig. 4.1 Block diagram of PCN-1610SSPH/1 VHF TV Transmitter.
  • 24. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 24 4.2 EXCITER  In exciter there are to separate inputs for video & audio signal.  The video signal is first applied to A/D - D/A.  Then the video signal is modulated with frequency 38.9MHZ in if Modulator(AM).  The output of IF modulator is then given to a mixer where it is mixed With a low frequency of 249.15MHZ generated by a synthesizer.  The o/p of mixer (V) is amplitude modulated wave with frequency 210.25MHZ.  The o/p of mixer (A) frequency modulated wave with frequency 215.75MHZ.  Frequency of video signal 5 MHZ and that of the audio signal it is about 15 KHZ.  The audio signal is modulated in IF modulator with carrier frequency33.4 MHZ.  FM is done with audio signal, where as AM is done with video signal. Fig. 4.2 Diagram of Exciter.
  • 25. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 25 4.3 AMPLIFIRE  The o/p of video & audio mixer are only of power approx. Equal to 15 dB  The modulated video (AM-VSB) signal amplified up to 10 KW by video amplifier.  The modulated audio (FM) signal is amplified up to 1 KW by audio Amplifier.  The video amplifier consist of 10 power amplifier of 1 KW each.  The audio amplifier consist of 2 power amplifier of 1 KW each.  The amplified video & audio waves are then given to a DIPLEXER ,it accept the modulated and amplified video and audio signal and mix them to generate a signal with a frequency width of 7 MHZ in IF region.  The signal at the o/p of the diplexer is carried through coaxial pipe to the antenna which transmits the information in the form of electromagnetic wave of a fixed frequency range in to the space (air).  The reception of the information is done by Receiver tuned to the above Frequency range. Here the wave is demodulated and information is recovered as it was prior to modulation. The reception unit may be a home TV set .  The PCN-1610SSPH/1 VHF TV Transmitter is used for terrestrial Transmission.it is used for transmission of DD1 on channel 10 at DDK Silchar.  A 1 KW transmitter is also used at DDK Silchar for the transmission of DD News on channel 12 at DDK Silchar.  Each channel has a fixed operating frequency range.  The channel width is 7 MHZ.  Frequency of channel 10 is 210.25 MHZ for video & 215.75 MHZ for audio  There is difference of frequency 5.5MHZ between audio & video signal in Each channel.  The frequency of channel 12 is 224.25MHZ for video and 229.75 MHZ For audio. 4.4 SOLID STAGE POWER AMPLIFIERS  Has got two identical section . Each capable of delivering 10.  Get x28 V power supply through relay in 80 W AMP.  Sample of output is available at front panel for RF monitoring.  Provides A DC output corresponding to sync peak output for vision monitoring unit.
  • 26. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 26  Thermostat on heat sink connected in series with thermostat or 80 W AMP and provide thermal protection.( operating temp. 70 c). 4.5 TRANSMITTER SECTION Its section is situated at KANKARBAGH. It main work function is to provided TV signal transmitted to a range of 7KM.DDK, Silchar transmitter is 150m.for transmitting the signal, first of all receive, the signal of satellite. This transmitted signal is catched by TV receiver and to see the programe. Fig.4.4 Block diagram Transmitter.
  • 27. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 27 4.6 TRANSMITTER CONTROL SYSTEM The transmitter control unit performs the task of transmitter interlocking andcontrol. Also it support operation from control console. The XTR control unit (TCU) has two depended system viz. 1. Main Control System (MCS) 2. Back –up Control System 4.6.1 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION OF EXITER VIDEO CHAIN-The signal is fed to a video processor. In VHF transmitter , equalizer andreceiver pre –corrected , pre0 rerecorded video processor. LOW PASS FILTER-Filter has limit in combine video signal to 5 MHz RECEIVER PRE – CORRECTOR Pre- distorts the signal providing partial compensation o GD which occurs in domestic receivers. Both the delay equalizer and receiver pre-recorded are combined in delay equalizer module in mark III vision. 4.6.2 VIDEO PROCESSOR The block diagram of video processor is given below. Functions  Amplification of video signal  Clamping at back porch of video signal. Clamping give contrast peak power. Zero volt reference line is steady irrespective of video signal pattern when clamping takes place otherwise the base line starts an excursion about the zero reference depending on the video signal.
  • 28. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 28 Fig.4.5 Block diagram of Video Processor. 4.6.3 VISION MODULATOR The block diagram of vision modulator is given below. Functions  Amplification of vision IF at 38.9 MHz  Liner amplitude modulation of vision IF by video from the video processor in a balanced modulator. IF MODULATOR IF is amplified to provide sufficient level to the modulator. It operate as an amplitude limiter for maintaining constant output.
  • 29. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 29 MODULATOR A balanced modulator using two IS- 1993 diodes used in the modulator. BAND PASS AMPLIFIER Modulated Signal is amplified to 10 mW in double tuned amplifier which provides a flat response within 0.5 dB in 7 MHZ Fig. 4.6 Block diagram of Vision Modulator. 4.7 VSBF AND MIXER The block diagram of vision and Mixer is given below and it consists following stages.  VSB filter  ALC amplifier  Mixer  Helical Filter  Mixer Amplifier
  • 30. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 30 Fig. 4.7 Block diagram of VSBF Mixer. 4.7.1 VSB FILTER Surface ACOUSTIIC wave (SAW) provide a very steep side band response with high attenuation outside designated channel. It has a liner phase characteristic with a low amplitude and group delay ripple. 4.7.2 LOCAL OSCILLATOR The block of Local Oscillator is given in fig .8 .It supplies three equal outputs of +8 dBm at a frequency of fv + fvif. This unit has 3 sub units. (1) Fc/4 Oscillator - Generates frequency which is ¼ of desired channel frequency. Fine freq. control is done by VC1. (2) LO Mixer/Power divider - Here the above fc/4 frequency is multiplied by four to obtain channel frequency of fc and them mixer with fvif . Power divided is also incorporated to provide three isolated outputs equal level.
  • 31. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 31 Fig. 4.8 Block diagram of Local Oscillator 4.8 AUDIO CHAIN 4.8.1 AURAL MODULATOR The aura l modulator unit consists of audio amplifier , VCR , Mixer and APC. The block diagram of Aural of modulator is given below. Fig. 4.9 Block diagram of Aural Modulator.
  • 32. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 32 4.9 AUDIO AMPLIFIER A balanced audio signal at + dB from studio is converted to unbalance signal by audio transformer T4. The output of this is taken through potentiometer to the input of Hybrid Audio Amp BMC 1003. A 50 micro second pre-emphasis is also provided. VCO This is vector tuned oscillator, its frequency can be varied by coil L4. Transistor TR-17 from the oscillator. VCO output level is 0 dB 4.10 EDITING After recording a raw material using video tape recorders(VTR) different types of correction is done using edit suit like as cutting unwanted video & audio, making suitable timing for Broad casting, program name , actor name, director name etc. and also edit new audio & different types of video pattern, new images , new pictures. There are unit time for any program, therefore we need editing thus we can see continuous picture in our television. There are two types of editing 1. LINEAR EDITING 2. NON LINEAR EDITING 1. LINEAR EDITING It is simple type of editing. In this type we can use only one or two Players & recorders .Different video clips that we want to add or join with main program are played into cassettes players, and graphics that we want to add is selected to record on the tape. On recorder the starting time and ending time is selected in between which, mixing is done .Linear editing have disadvantage like it takes more time. We can only add clip of length that we have space on tape, means to add long clip, we can‟t move video on tape, so overlapping occurs at that time. We can‟t place more images & pictures. Using linear editing we can interchange audio & video only.
  • 33. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 33 Other problems with linear tape based editing are:  Editing in sequence-first shot first.  Long hours spent on rewinding of tapes, Search of material.  Potential risk of damage to original footage.  Difficult to insert a new shot in edit. 2. NON LINEAR EDITING  NLE is video editing in digital format with standard computer based technology  Computer technology is harnessed in random access, computation and manipulation capability ,multiple copies ,Intelligent search, sophisticates projects and media management tools, standard interfaces, and powerful display  Flexibility in editing functions  Easy to do changes, undo, copy, duplicate and multiple version  Easy operation for cut, dissolve, wipes and other transition effects  Multilayer of video becomes easy  Powerful integration of video and graphics. Tools for filtering, color correction, key framing &special 2D/3D effects.  Equally powerful audio effects and mixing.  Possible to trim, compress or expand the length of the clip  Support for multi format. Multi resolution clips  Intelligent and powerful 3D video effect can be created and customized.  Efficient and intelligent storage
  • 34. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 34  Nonlinear editing is done on time line using PC based software. The figure shows the window of NLE software. Fig.4.10 NLE Software Video editing is done using multilayer technique and audio mixing is also possible on tome line using multilayer. Photo shows the time line of video gallery, preview window and tool bar Different clips of source programs are created and placed in gallery. Items from the gallery can be used using simple drag & drop technique. There are so many in built mixing styles, transition, effects, wrappings effects stored in the software that we can apply over time line
  • 35. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 35 4.11 TRANSMITTER ANTENNA SYSTEM TV Antenna system is that part of the Broadcast the Network which accept RF energy from transmitter and launches electromagnetic wave in space . The polarization of the radiation as adopted by Doordashan is linear horizontal. The system is installed on a supporting tower and consists of antenna panels, power dividers, blunts branch feeder cable lunation boxes and main feeder cables. Dipole antenna elements in one of the other form are common at VHF frequencies whereas slat antennae are mostly used at UHF frequency directional radiation pattern is obtain by arranging the dipoles in the form of turnstile and exciting the same in quadrature phase . Desired gain is obtain by stacking the dipoles in vertical plane . As a result of stacking most of the RF energy is directed in the horizontal plane. Radiation in the vertical plane is minimized. The installed antenna system should fulfill the following requirements :  It should have required gain and provide desired field strength at the point of reception.  It should have desired horizontal radiation pattern and direction for saving the planned area of interest. The radiation pattern should be one direction if the location of the transmitting station is at the service area direction one , if the location is otherwise.  It should offer proper impendence top the main feeder cable and thereby to the transmitter so that optimum RF energy is transferred into space . Impedance mismatch results into reflection of power and formation of standing waves. The standard RRF impedance at VHF/UHF is 50 ohms.  Radiation Pattern and Gain  The horizontal and vertical radiation pattern are in the figures .The total gain depend upon the type of the antenna panel and no. of stacks as in table -1. Fig. 4.11 Doordarshan Logo
  • 36. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 36 4.12 DIGITAL SIDE BAND TRANSMISSION Another feature of present day TV transmitter is vestigial side band transmission . If normal amplitude modulation technique is used for picture transmission , the minimum transmission channel bandwidth should be around 11 MHz taking into account the space for sound carrier and a small guard band around of 0.25 MHz . Using such large transmission BW will limit the no. of channels in the spectrum allotted for TV transmission . To accommodate large number of channel in the allotted spectrum , reduction in transmission BW was considered necessary . The BW could be reduced to around 5.75 MHz by using single side band ( SSB) AM in technique because in principle one side of the double side band (DBB) AM could be suppressed, since the two side band have the same signal content . It was not considered feasible to suppress one complete side band in the case of TV signals most of the energy obtained in lower frequency and these frequency unless obtained important information of the picture. If these frequencies are removed ,it causes objectionable phase distortional these frequencies which will affect picture quality .Thus as a compromise only part of lower side band is suppress while taking full advantage of the fact that ;  Visual disturbance due to phase energy and unacceptable where large picture are concerned ( i.e., at LF ) but  Phase errors becomes for see on small details ( i.e. in HF region) in thee picture . Thus low modulating frequencies must minimize phase distortion where as high frequencies are tolerant of phase distortions as they are very difficult to see. The radiated signal thus contains full upper side band together with carrier and vestige (remaining part) of the partially suppressed LSB . The lower side band contains frequencies up to 0.75 MHz with a supper of 0.5 MHz so that the final cut off 1.25 MHz Standards The characteristics of the TV signal is sections 1 and 2 refer to CCCIR B/W standard. Various other standards are given in table 1.
  • 37. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 37 (SPECIFFICATION OF DOORDARSHAN) TABLE-4.12 Frequency Range Vision /sound carrier spacing channel width Vision sound carrier spacing 5.5 MHz Channel width 7MHz (B) in VHF OR 8MHz (G) in UHF Sound Modulation FM FM deviation (maximum) ± 50 kHz 4.13 EARTH STATION Earth station is the unit from where program signal is sent to the geo stationary satellite (Uplink) Program signal transmitted by the satellite is received at the earth station (downlink). For a given channel an earth station is provided a fixed uplink frequency, and a different but fixed downlink frequency. An earth station is comprises of following :  Digital Transmitter.  Parabolic Antenna.  Power supply unit. The following figure depicts the basic block diagram of digital earth station.
  • 38. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 38 Fig.4.13 block diagram of Earth Station DDK Silchar
  • 39. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 39 Fig.4.14 Block diagram of Earth Station DDK Silchar
  • 40. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 40 4.14ANTENNA ARRAYS Waves undergo a phenomenon called interference.  Not noticeable for different signals.  But for same signals (with perhaps different relative phase, amplitude)patterns can be formed. Used in many fields.  Radio, cell tower(dipole antennas).  Helical antennas.  High gain too: phased arrays. Expensive, thermal management issues.  Satellites: many beams from one aperture.  Terminals: Rapid beam steering. Fig. 4.14 Diagram of Parabolic Dish Antenna
  • 41. INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KLAWAD (2013-14) 41 REFERENCES http://www.doordarshan.com http://www.googleimage.com Text material from DDK Silchar

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