|  English

FTV-200 Low power TV transmitter

* Possibility of operation in any channel 21-69 (channel to order), VHF range is possible to order
* Delivery set comprises: AVT-200/A amplifier, AVT-200/F modulator, PS-113/12-4, PS-115/28-1,5 power supply devices , -6   framework, -12 power riser

Product specifications
Video input frequency band 20 Hz - 6 MHz
level/impedance 1V+3dB/75Ω
Audio input frequency band 20Hz - 20 kHz
level/impedance 700mV /6.8kΩ
Output channel 21-69
power/impedance 200 mW / 75 Ω
Amplitude-frequency response unevenness in video-band ± 1 dB
SNR 55 dB
Amplitude-frequency response preequalization of Sound Channel 50 μs
Frequency setting accuracy ± 10 kHz
or (± 150 Hz to order)
Frequency instability not less 10-5
Output level instability ± 0.5 dB
Modulation kind Video: AM
Audio: FM
Left side-band component suppression when 129dB/µV output level (Picture carrier/sound carrier ratio = 10dB) > 50 dB
Supply voltage/Consumption current 12V/1.2A
Operating temperature range 0...+50
Dimensions (with frame) 200x120x340mm
Weight 2.5kg

* A customised frequency setting accuracy may be ± 150 Hz with an additional possibility of a frequency change relatively to the intended frequency in a 1 kHz step.




PT-12 Power Riser

* It is intended to enhance output level
  of FTV-200 TV transmitter up to 3 W
* F-type connectors

Product specifications
Gain 13 dB
Operating frequency band channel to order
Maximum output level 3 W
Left side-band component suppression when 1 W output level (Picture carrier/sound carrier ratio=15dB) ≥ 50 dB
Supply 28V/1.5A
Dimensions 120x170x155mm



-12/1 Power Riser

RT-12-1.jpg (11526 bytes)

* Wide operating frequency range: 21-69 channels
* AGC availability
* Hermetic molded case
* N-type connectors

A PT-12/1 power riser differentiates from a PT-12 in a wide operating frequency range: from 21 to 69 channel. It results in having a low-power single-band TV transmitter tunable from 21 to 69 channel with a 1 W power with leakage radiation suppression >=55dB when using the power riser together with the FTV-200. The power riser is installed directly near the antenna, its gain is 30dB.




Transmitter FTV-200 User Manual

A 4 W TV transmitter implementation scheme is given in fig. 1. A power riser should be located in immediate proximity of an antenna. (Do not turn on a PT-12 power riser on without an antenna. The power riser and the (AVT-200/F + AVT-200/A) shaper should be diversed from each other for a distance of ≥ 7-10m). Connect a PS-115/28-1,5 power supply device to the PT-12 power riser to avoid a considerable voltage dip in wires, link the PS-115/28-1,5 with the -12 power riser by a wire with a 1,5mm 2wire section.

use.jpg (18031 bytes)

Power loss in power-to-voltage ratio is defined according to the formula:

use_1.gif (1934 bytes)

   (where R=4km, 24 channel -λ≈ 0,6m)
    As far as the level delivered by the -12 power riser is 144dB/µV then the signal level will amount to 144-100+5=49 dB/µV at the distance of approximately 4 km from a transmitter during transmission and reception to a (TA-203) nondirectional antenna with the gain of 5dB.
   If TV receiver sensitivity is 38dB/µV, then it can be counted with an additional 49dB/µV-38dB/µV = 11dB sensitivity.
   Rising of transmitting antenna level is very important.
   The reception level can be considerably less than the calculated level if a necessary transmitting antenna rising is not provided.
   Note that every 6dB of receiving or transmitting antenna gain double transmission range. Thus using an TAR-200 array instead of the TA-203 transmitting antenna enhances transmission range up to 32km. Earth curvature should be considered at such distances. Transmitting and receiving antenna height should be calculated using the formula R=4,12 √(h12+h22), where R is a line-of-sight-distance, km; h1, h2 are transmitting and receiving antenna height, m.
   Besides, it should be considered that there should be no physical obstacles in the first Frenel zone while choosing receiving and transmitting antenna height. It can be explained by the fact that a larger part of antenna radiation is in the first Frenel zone. Energy from the zones with even numbers is in antiphase with the energy from the first zone. Thus it is recommended that the energy from all the zones should be reduced except the energy from the first zone. It is necessary to have quite a big gap for the first zone. That is why a value is chosen as the minimum gap which amounts to 0,6 from the radius of the first Frenel zone:
F=9,526 √ (AB/f(A+B)),
   where F is the minimum gap in m,
    f is a frequency in GHz,
    A, B is a distance in km (see. fig.3)).

use_2.gif (3374 bytes)