Creating a Radio Receiver and Amplifier<br />By Rachel Palmer, Maria Pilinovics & Ashley Redman<br />
How the project was conductedWeek 1<br />Creating the aerial<br />Tape card to ferrite rod<br />Wind copper wire around th...
How the project was conductedWeek 2<br />Using the soldering iron <br />Solder the six resistors into the circuit board<br...
How the project was conductedWeek 3<br />Soldering all other components to the circuit board<br />Resistors, capacitors, h...
How the project was conductedWeek 4<br />Creating the amplifier<br />Soldering the capacitors and resistors<br />6 resisto...
How the project was conductedWeek 5<br />Put the rest of the components together<br />Ohm speaker & cable, slide switch, b...
How we worked together<br />Turning the copper wire on the ferrite rod<br />Figuring out where each of the components go o...
Writing the report<br />Have a group meeting<br />Jot down content ideas (lab notes)<br />Task allocation and research<br ...
Publishing the report<br />Report & photos - Group wiki via Blackboard<br />Video – YouTube<br />Presentation – slideshare...
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Radio Receiver & Amplifier

  1. 1. Creating a Radio Receiver and Amplifier<br />By Rachel Palmer, Maria Pilinovics & Ashley Redman<br />
  2. 2. How the project was conductedWeek 1<br />Creating the aerial<br />Tape card to ferrite rod<br />Wind copper wire around the rod<br />55 turns – tightly to ensure a stronger signal<br />Approximately 25mm wide <br />
  3. 3. How the project was conductedWeek 2<br />Using the soldering iron <br />Solder the six resistors into the circuit board<br />Cut the excess wire with pliers<br />
  4. 4. How the project was conductedWeek 3<br />Soldering all other components to the circuit board<br />Resistors, capacitors, headphone socket, aerial, tuning capacitor<br />Attach battery holder<br />Troubles – re-solder the aerial <br />
  5. 5. How the project was conductedWeek 4<br />Creating the amplifier<br />Soldering the capacitors and resistors<br />6 resistors, 3 electrolytic capacitors, 1 ceramic capacitor, 2 polyester capacitors<br />
  6. 6. How the project was conductedWeek 5<br />Put the rest of the components together<br />Ohm speaker & cable, slide switch, battery snap<br />Plug to plug cable and stereo jack socket<br />Troubles – 2 components soldered together<br />
  7. 7. How we worked together<br />Turning the copper wire on the ferrite rod<br />Figuring out where each of the components go on the circuit board and following the sheets provided<br />Taking it in turns to solder the components<br />Guiding each other<br />Writing the lab sheets together<br />Taking photos for evidence<br />
  8. 8. Writing the report<br />Have a group meeting<br />Jot down content ideas (lab notes)<br />Task allocation and research<br />Collaborate final report<br />Written report<br />Pictures and videos to support report<br />
  9. 9. Publishing the report<br />Report & photos - Group wiki via Blackboard<br />Video – YouTube<br />Presentation – slideshare.net<br />Turnitin – Final Report<br />

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