AUDIO VIDEO ENGINEERING ( ELECTIVE III )
A Practical Engineering Guide
Broadcast engineering is the field of electrical engineering, and now to some extent computer engineering and information technology, which deals with radio and television broadcasting. Audio engineering and RF engineering are also essential parts of broadcast engineering, being their own subsets of electrical engineering. It provides in-depth information about each aspect of the broadcast chain from audio and video contribution through an entire broadcast facility all the way to the antenna. The Art of Selling. Explained in a light and readable format, Speiser shares the sales techniques that have proven so effective for him over the years. How Video Works raises the curtain on how video is created, scanned, transmitted, stored, compressed, encoded, delivered and streamed to its multitude of destinations.
Nagar Colleges. Audio And Video Engineering Elective Topics Teaching Hours Module Weightage 1. This is not the official website of GTU. It is our sincere effort to help you. Audio Devices and applications Microphone sensitivity, Nature of response and directional characteristics, Measurement microphones, various types of microphones, Various types of loud speakers, Characteristic impedance of loud speakers, Headphone types, The basics of magnetic recording, Sound cards, Sound mixers, PA systems and installations, Digital consoles. Introduction to Video Signals Video signal dimensions, Horizontal sync composition, Vertical sync details, function of vertical pulse train, Scanning sequence details, geometric form and aspect ratio, Image continuity, No.