Coaching Materials in Broadcasting Part 3 | ECE Board Exam

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Coaching Materials in Broadcasting

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Broadcasting Coaching Materials Part 3

111. In transmitter amplifier design, an even-order harmonics can be prevented or reduced by

using a push-pull amplifier.

112. The vertical and horizontal pulses are separated at the

sync separator.

113. The reason why buffer stage is included in a transmitter is to

present a constant load to the oscillator stage

114. Where is the operating position of a radio station?

At the control point

115. Equalizing pulses in TV are sent during

vertical blanking

116. The alignment of the three color guns to a common point is known as


117. Lack of raster is an indication of no

high voltage

118. The sound and video signals are separated at the _____ of the TV receiver.

video detector

119. What is emission A3F?


120. The presence of color bars is an indication that there is a problem in the ______ circuit.


121. Type of emission produced when a frequency modulated transmitter is modulated by a TV signal.


122. What is emission F3F?


123. Cause of slow rising white “hum bars” in the television.

Bad filter

124. An odd number of lines per frame form part of every one of the world’s TV systems. This is

done to assist interlace

125. Adjusting the _____ may eliminate color confetti.

color killer

126. Video signal amplitude determine the picture quality called


127. Part of broadcast day from midnight to local sunrise.


128. Part of broadcast day from local sunset to local sunrise.


129. What causes snow in television?

Random noise in the signal.

130. The function of the serrations in the composite video waveform is to

help horizontal synchronization

131. Vestigial sideband is known as _____ type of emission.


132. Which of the following filters block FM radio band for TV channels (2 to 13)?

Band-reject filter

133. The width of the vertical sync pulse in the United States TV system is


134. Indicate which of the following frequencies will not be found in the output of a normal TV receiver tuner:


135. When were UHF channels (14-83) of television added?


136. When was colored TV standards established in the United States?


137. What synchronizes the horizontal line of the TV picture tube?


138. Type of filter used in TV receivers that separates the chroma signal from the colorplexed video signal but leaves intact the Y-component.

Comb filter

139. What is the first-letter symbol for emission of unmodulated carrier?


140. The channel for cable TV frequency range of 5.75 to 11.75 MHz.


141. The frequency range for cable TV channel T-13.

23.75 to 29.75MHz

142. Channel 8 frequency range allocation in cable TV.


143. The video voltage applied to the picture tube of a television receiver is fed in

between grid and cathode

144. The circuit that separates sync pulses from the composite video waveform is

a clipper.

145. The _____ of a television system is a measure of its ability to delineate picture detail.


146. CCIR standards for the internal exchange of programmes on film for television used.


147. CCIR transmission standards for FM sound broadcasting at VHF.

Rec. 450.1

148. ISO Rec. 23 in 1976 is the standard for recorded characteristics for magnetic sound records on full cost 16mm.

camera usage of 35mm motion picture film.

149. The output of the vertical amplifier, applied to the yoke in a TV receiver, consists of a

sawtooth current.

150. Which of the class station below is a regional channel?

Class III-B

151. International broadcasting (short wave) uses frequency between ______ in accordance with international agreements.

5950 and 26100 kHz

152. The permissible power in kW of stations II-A during nighttime is


153. The television frequency which are now allocated to the land mobile services

806 and 192MHz

154. The HV anode supply for the picture tube of a TV receiver is generated in the

horizontal output stage.

155. Numerical frequency band designation of Channel 9.

186-192 MHz.

156. Cable TV systems originate from


157. A term applied to third and higher order products, which can greatly degrade the performance of the system.

Composite triple beat.

158. A station similar to a translator station in terms of equipment and service area, but is permitted to originate programming from virtually any source.


159. Indicate the following signals is not transmitted in color TV:


160. The shadow mask in a color picture tube is used to

ensure that each beam hits only its own dots.

161. Three stations are licensed to eligible education entities for the distribution of program material to students enrolled in instructional curricula.


162. ITFS means

Instructional Television Fixed Service.

163. MDS means

Multipoint Distribution Service

164. Direct broadcast satellite based allocation.

12.2 – 12.7 GHz for downlink and 17.3 – 17.8 GHz for uplink.

165. What is the channel number of an FM station with 88.1MHz carrier?


166. If an FM station has an effective radiated power of 100kW then it is under what class?

Class C

167. The video signal amplitude determines the quality of the picture otherwise known as


168. The ultimate Dolby surround system is the

Dolby Prologic.

169. What is the carrier frequency of an FM station with channel number of 300?


170. In a TV receiver, the color killer

cuts off the chroma stages during monochrome reception

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