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Broadcast Engineering

  • by WABMA
  • Course level: All Levels
  • Total Enrolled 1
  • Last Update September 20, 2021

About Course

This course is designed to provide the basic understanding of the principles and practices of broadcast engineering as well as help mid and top level broadcast engineers keep up with current trends in the industry.

Description

Broadcast engineers are responsible for the installation, repair and operations of broadcast equipment such as transmitters, consoles, STLs, sound and light equipment, etc. This course is designed to provide the basic understanding of the principles and practices of broadcast engineering as well as help mid and top level broadcast engineers keep up with current trends in the industry.

What will you learn?

Participants will learn:

– Basic broadcast engineering principles

– Broadcast electronics theory

– Studio set up and mechanism

– Transmitter set up and mechanism

– Earthen protection and mechanism

– Equipment maintenance, protection and mechanism

– Control room equipment and mechanism

– Satellite & transmission communication

– Digital Circuits and Systems

– Optic fiber technology

– Practical field experience

Duration: 

DATE: Oct 18th – Nov 20th, 2021

  • Basic – 4 Weeks (including 1 week of internship)
  • Intermediate – 4 Weeks (including 1 week of internship)
  • Advance – 4 Weeks (including 1 week of internship)

What Will I Learn?

  • – Basic broadcast engineering principles
  • – Broadcast electronics theory
  • – Studio set up and mechanism
  • – Transmitter set up and mechanism
  • – Earthen protection and mechanism
  • – Equipment maintenance, protection and mechanism
  • – Control room equipment and mechanism
  • – Satellite & transmission communication
  • – Digital Circuits and Systems
  • – Optic fibre technology
  • – Practical field experience

Topics for this course

19 Lessons

Introduction to WABMA

Basic Broadcast Engineering Principles

Basic Broadcast Electronics?

Broadcast engineers are responsible for the installation, repair and operations of broadcast equipment such as transmitters, consoles, STLs, sound and light equipment, etc. This course is designed to provide the basic understanding of the principles and practices of broadcast engineering as well as help mid and top level broadcast engineers keep up with current trends in the industry.

Studio Setup

Studio Layout

Audio Cables & Wiring?

Broadcast engineers are responsible for the installation, repair and operations of broadcast equipment such as transmitters, consoles, STLs, sound and light equipment, etc. This course is designed to provide the basic understanding of the principles and practices of broadcast engineering as well as help mid and top level broadcast engineers keep up with current trends in the industry.

Antenna

Digital Broadcasting?

Broadcast engineers are responsible for the installation, repair and operations of broadcast equipment such as transmitters, consoles, STLs, sound and light equipment, etc. This course is designed to provide the basic understanding of the principles and practices of broadcast engineering as well as help mid and top level broadcast engineers keep up with current trends in the industry.

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Target Audience

  • Engineers,
  • studio manager,
  • station head,
  • Engineers
  • students
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