Community Radio:Technical and Operational Overview<br />Designed by:<br />Er.PreetamMohanty<br />131/A, 2ND Floor,<br />Sa...
How do we can listen to a Radio?<br />Signal <br />ON-AIR<br />Process & convert<br />Through to AIR<br />Mix & edit<br />...
Community Radio: Broadcasting Process<br />Research & Planning (Pre-production)<br />Production<br />Post production<br />...
Research & Pre-production<br />Ideas based on observations<br />Recent events in the area<br />Understanding of computers<...
Production<br />Actual recording of voices and sounds to make a program<br />Ensure good quality sound<br />Use of microph...
Post production<br />Listening and logging of recordings<br />Mixing and editing<br />Use of editing console or computer<b...
Broadcast/ Transmission<br />Involves Audio signals, Radio wave and Transmission<br />Playback source to play back the fin...
Block Diagram of a CRS<br />Signal <br />ON-AIR<br />Process & convert<br />Through to AIR<br />Mix & edit<br />INPUTS<br ...
CR Station Site Selection<br />Local geophysical condition<br />Distribution of the target community<br />Signal Strength ...
Local geophysical condition<br />Easily accessible by the community members<br />Centrally located for maximum coverage<br...
Distribution of the target community<br />Consider where most people are living<br />Signal Strength (Radio signal)<br />A...
CR Station Spaces<br />Broadcast Studio<br />Production Studio<br />Office Space<br />
Broadcast Studio<br />This is basically the Live Studio.<br />All On-Air activities should be thrown from here.<br />For b...
SAMPLE ON-AIR STUDIO<br />
Flexibility<br />As technology changes this can be upgraded easily.<br />Modular systems help re-arrange easily<br />Think...
Studio Equipment<br />Microphones<br />Recorder units<br />Mixer<br />Headphones & Monitors<br />Distribution Amplifier<br...
Equipments<br />Microphone<br />
Equipments<br />Recorder Unit<br />
Equipments<br />Mixer<br />
Equipments<br />Headphones<br />
SAMPLE PRODUCTION STUDIO<br />
Transmitting Equipment<br />Compressor/ Limiter<br />FM Transmitter<br />Feeder cable<br />Antenna<br />Antenna mast<br />...
Equipments<br />PROCESSOR CUM TRANSMITTER.<br />
Equipments<br />Antenna and Tower<br />
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This a small project designed in a very short spam, describing the details who & how to create a Community Radio.

My next article will be on Private FM Broadcast & Television Broadcasting.

Hope all will get an idea of the same.

Preetam Mohanty.

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  1. 1. Community Radio:Technical and Operational Overview<br />Designed by:<br />Er.PreetamMohanty<br />131/A, 2ND Floor,<br />Saheed Nagar, BBSR.<br />Cell: 09337856063<br />
  2. 2. How do we can listen to a Radio?<br />Signal <br />ON-AIR<br />Process & convert<br />Through to AIR<br />Mix & edit<br />RECEIVERS<br />INPUTS<br />RADIO WORKING FLOW CHART<br />
  3. 3. Community Radio: Broadcasting Process<br />Research & Planning (Pre-production)<br />Production<br />Post production<br />Broadcast/ Transmission<br />
  4. 4. Research & Pre-production<br />Ideas based on observations<br />Recent events in the area<br />Understanding of computers<br />Ability to use of Telephone<br />
  5. 5. Production<br />Actual recording of voices and sounds to make a program<br />Ensure good quality sound<br />Use of microphone and recorders<br />
  6. 6. Post production<br />Listening and logging of recordings<br />Mixing and editing<br />Use of editing console or computer<br />Production ready to broadcast<br />
  7. 7. Broadcast/ Transmission<br />Involves Audio signals, Radio wave and Transmission<br />Playback source to play back the final production<br />Transmitter to combine the Audio signal with the Radio wave (modulation)<br />Antenna to radiate the Radio signal into the Air<br />Radio set to receive the signal and listen back at the listener's end<br />
  8. 8. Block Diagram of a CRS<br />Signal <br />ON-AIR<br />Process & convert<br />Through to AIR<br />Mix & edit<br />INPUTS<br />RECEIVERS<br />RADIO WORKING FLOW CHART<br />
  9. 9. CR Station Site Selection<br />Local geophysical condition<br />Distribution of the target community<br />Signal Strength (Radio signal)<br />Noise level<br />
  10. 10. Local geophysical condition<br />Easily accessible by the community members<br />Centrally located for maximum coverage<br />Raised and secured area from flood and other natural calamities <br />
  11. 11. Distribution of the target community<br />Consider where most people are living<br />Signal Strength (Radio signal)<br />Adequate Transmitting Power to cover the target area<br />Noise level<br />Comparatively Noise free area for good audio quality<br />
  12. 12. CR Station Spaces<br />Broadcast Studio<br />Production Studio<br />Office Space<br />
  13. 13. Broadcast Studio<br />This is basically the Live Studio.<br />All On-Air activities should be thrown from here.<br />For brief designing contact<br />preetu344@gmail.com<br />
  14. 14. SAMPLE ON-AIR STUDIO<br />
  15. 15. Flexibility<br />As technology changes this can be upgraded easily.<br />Modular systems help re-arrange easily<br />Think about future expansion and plan accordingly<br />
  16. 16. Studio Equipment<br />Microphones<br />Recorder units<br />Mixer<br />Headphones & Monitors<br />Distribution Amplifier<br />Pre-amplifier & Amplifier<br />Edit setup.<br />
  17. 17. Equipments<br />Microphone<br />
  18. 18. Equipments<br />Recorder Unit<br />
  19. 19. Equipments<br />Mixer<br />
  20. 20. Equipments<br />Headphones<br />
  21. 21. SAMPLE PRODUCTION STUDIO<br />
  22. 22. Transmitting Equipment<br />Compressor/ Limiter<br />FM Transmitter<br />Feeder cable<br />Antenna<br />Antenna mast<br />CAN BE REPLACED WITH A SINGLE UNIT.<br />
  23. 23. Equipments<br />PROCESSOR CUM TRANSMITTER.<br />
  24. 24. Equipments<br />Antenna and Tower<br />

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