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AUDIO COMMUNICATION USING OPTICAL FIBER

AUDIO COMMUNICATION USING OPTICAL FIBER

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
At first, well it is appeared a copmlicated task but if some one bestows us direction then its notdifficult task for us. So after started our project we have found lots of assitance from our intrenalproject guide and also our H.O.D.Well actually on this acknowledgement we are only two in this
 project. But the reallty of this matter is, there are lots of people, working behind this scenes
helping in every possible way in making our project.We are thankful to our internal project guide Mr. Dharmendra chauhan of our colloge, forproviding proper guidance in successful completion of this project. As well as also thankful toour H.O.D Mr. Jaymin bhalani ,who trust us as asuccesful project learner.
We can’t forgot to thank our 
parents who are always with us to help us and give full support inevery good work we do.So we give exceptional thanks to our loving parents.Maulik B. Patel(17/EC/63)Parth P. Patel(07/EC/70)
 
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ABSTRACT
This kit can be used to send signal in well over 200 yards of cable.Note that the plastic FO cableused here is not the glass 1 micron FO cable which is used in long distance (say 20 miles)communication.However, Plastic cable introduces most FO concept, is far easier for the experimenter to use andcertainly has definite uses for short distance communication in electrically noisy environment.This Kit allows you to send sound through 1mm plastic fiber optic (FO) cable. On thetransmitter (Tx) circuit board there is a microphone and a circuit to modulate the light emittedfrom an LED. The LED is contained in a plastic case which allows easy connection of the FOcable. This Kit can be used to send a signal in well over 200 yards of cable. Note that the plasticFOOn the receiver (Rx) boards there is the photo-Darlington receiver unit, a speaker and a circuitand amplify the detected signal back into a sound wave. Because the signal travels in the FOcable as a light wave it is unaffected by any electric or magnetic fields that it travels through.Each board requires a 9V battery. However, for continuous use pluf packs packs would beadvised.
 
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