AM reception in the Leicester area – one of the many supporting links that can be found online. http://mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk/freq_find/tc/leicester.html
AM Transmission Demonstration The main section of the report should end with the recording of the AM transmission demonstration that will take place in week 11. We will generate an AM transmission signal in the lab and test to see if your radios can receive the signal and play it through the amplifier.
The section of the report on the AM transmission demonstration should be used to explain to the reader how AM transmission works – how a higher frequency carrier wave is modulated by a low frequency audio information signal.
Introduction – at the beginning of the report, tell the reader what the report is about, what it does, and how it is structured
Conclusion – at the end of the report only, remind the reader what you have done in the report and a summary of the main points that can be drawn from the practical labs that you have undertaken. How do you evaluate what you have done? Evaluation involves forming a judgment about the value of something, an opinion based on evidence that you have presented in the report
Title Page - the first page of the report should be a title page. This will contain the title of the assignment, your name and student number and your usual computer lab group (for example, A. CLAY TUESDAY 1-2).
Contents Page - the next page will be a contents page referring to the page numbers where the separate sections start.
List of Figures Page - after that will come a page called ‘List of Figures’, a contents page for all the diagrams and illustrations that appear in the report. All the diagrams and illustrations should be labelled (for example, Figure 1: AM transmission equipment) and if it is not your own diagram, you must reference its source.
Bibliography - t he report should end with a bibliography. Please consult the Appendix 1 in the module handbook for information about using bibliography and references. You should use the Harvard system of referencing
Appendix - your radio lab log book sheets should be placed in the rear of the report in an appendix as a record of your attendance and engagement on the radio project.