IT-4409 Elementary Fiber Optic Trainer

Fiber Optics Trainer IT-4409 is designed to demonstrate & perform communication using Fiber Optics as a medium of transmission. The trainer demonstrates characteristics of Fiber Optics Transmitter & Receiver and transmission of signal obtained from different types of Modulation techniques. Trainer can also be used to demonstrate Digital Communication using Fiber Optic link.

Description

Fiber Optics Trainer IT-4409 is designed to demonstrate & perform communication using Fiber Optics as a medium of transmission. The trainer demonstrates characteristics of Fiber Optics Transmitter & Receiver and transmission of signal obtained from different types of Modulation techniques. Trainer can also be used to demonstrate Digital Communication using Fiber Optic link.

 

Features:

Power Supply Included

Required Circuits Tested

Each Section Clearly Marked for Input and Output

Each Section Works as an Independent Unit

Built-in Audio Generator

Built-In Clock Generators

Each Section Clearly Marked for Easy Understanding

 

Technical Features:

Transmitter: Fiber Optic LED

Receiver: Fiber Optic Photo detector

Modulation Techniques:  FM & CVSD

Transmitter Driver: Analog & Digital

Clock: 8KHz, 16KHz, 32KHz and 64KHz

PLL Detector: for FM demodulation

AC Amplifier: with adjustable gain

Audio Generator: Sine wave with amplitude & frequency variable

Microphone Interface: for voice link

Low Pass Filter: 5th Order Butterworth, 3.4 KHz cut-off Frequency

Audio Amplifier: Monolithic with Speaker

Voice Link: Fiber Optic Voice link using microphone & speaker (built in)

Cable Type: Multimode

Interconnections: 2mm gold plated pins

Accessories: Power cord, Experiment Manual, Fiber Optic patch cable, Microphone

 

Experiments included:

Theory of Optical Fiber

Study an 820nm Fiber Optic Analog Link

To Study CVSD Encoding and Decoding

To Study CVSD Encoding and Decoding Through Microphone

To Study CVSD Encoding and Decoding Through Fiber Optic

To Study Frequency Modulation (FM) and Demodulation

To Study Frequency Modulation (FM) and Demodulation Through Microphone

To Study Frequency Modulation (FM) and Demodulation Through Fiber Optic