IT-8300 Wave Propagation Trainer

Wave Propagation Trainer IT-8300 has been designed to act as basic tool for performing experiments in the field of Wave Optics System. This system is specially developed to provide an innovative approach to understand the Wave theory. The trainer comprises the fundamental passive and active monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) building blocks along with turn tables, reflectors and prism to perform the experiments like reflection, refraction, diffraction and polarization.

Description

Wave Propagation Trainer IT-8300 has been designed to act as basic tool for performing experiments in the field of Wave Optics System. This system is specially developed to provide an innovative approach to understand the Wave theory. The trainer comprises the fundamental passive and active monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) building blocks along with turn tables, reflectors and prism to perform the experiments like reflection, refraction, diffraction and polarization.

 

Features:

Industrial Grade VCO

Rugged Equipment

Stable RF Detector

 

Technical Features:

Transmitter Panel:

VCO 5.8 GHz (Fixed)

DC Supply for VCO

1KHz Tone Generator

ASK Modulator

 

Receiver Panel:

RMS Power Detector

ASK De-Modulator

DC Supply for Detector

Audio Amplifier

Speaker

 

Components:

Graduated Transmitter Arm

Graduated Receiver Arm

Horn Antennas

Turn Table with Degree Dial

Degree Dial for Horn

Reflector Plates

Plate Holder

Detector Probe with Stand

Prism with Acetal Beads

Partial Reflector

Polarization Grill

Accessories: Experiment Manual, 2mm patch cords, SMA Cables and power cord

 

Experiments included:

Introduction to the Wave Propagation Trainer

Working of Transmitter and Receiver

Standing Waves to Measure Wavelength using Detector Probe

Study of the Reflection in Microwaves

Study of the Refraction in Microwaves and Snell’s Law

Study of the Polarization in Microwaves

Study of the Double Slit Diffraction in Microwaves

Study of the Fabry Perot Interferometer

Standing Waves to Measure Wavelength using Direct Method