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Introduction To BEL
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established in 1954 as a Public Sector Enterprise it is the defence organisation.


8 manufacturer units


ranges like Defense Communication, Radar's, Optical & Opto-electronics, etc.
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Established its own electron valve manufacturing facility has nurtured and built a strong in-house R&D base. Each unit has its own R&D Division to bring out new products. About 70% of BEL's products are of in-house design.

BEL has won a number of national and international awards for Productivity, Quality,etc.

Manufacturer units   Bangalore (Karnataka) Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) (Maharashtra) Pune   Machilipatnam (Andhra Pradesh) Chennai (Tamil Nadu) (Uttar Pradesh) Kotdwar Taloja  (Maharashtra) Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) .

 has its own water treatment and harassing plant .  also provide comm.BEL GHAZIABAD UNIT  established in 1974 .  microwave communication links to the various department of state and central gov. Manufacture special type of radar for ADGES. Second largest unit at ghaziabad. Systems to the defence forces.

Terrestrial Antennae for Line-of-sight Microwave Communication Systems  MICROWAVE COMPONENT  Active Microwave components Passive Microwave components .PRODUCT RANGES  RADAR SYSTEM  Mobile Radar for the Air Force  Tactical Control Radar System for the Army  Battlefield Surveillance Rader for the Army  COMMUNICATIONS  VHF. UHF & Microwave Communication Equipment  Static and Mobile Satellite Communication Systems for Defence  ANTENNA  Antennae for Radar.

B. Quality Control Works-Radar 4.C. Fabrication 3. P.DEPARTMENTS UNDER ROTATION PROGRAM 1. Work Assembly-Communication 5. Magnetic 6. Test Equipment and Automation 2. Microwave lab .

TESTING EQUIPMENT AND AUTOMATION LAB It compromises of two labs 1. Calibration lab:- Some component in this lab are Function generator  analog multimeter  Digital multimeter  comparator Signal generator  spectrum analyzer  square wave generator .

Testing & Maintenance lab:The major section of this lab are:  power supply repairing CRO Component testing Function generator maintenance section .2.

Works assembly lab main function is to assemble various components. equipment’s and instruments Has two section: 1.PCB assembly: hand soldering Wave soldering .

PCB FABRICATION Types of PCBS: 1. Double sided board- ckt. multi-layer board- several layer are interconnected . Single sided board- ckt on on side 2. On both sides 3.

MAGNETICS LAB basically deals with the production of the components of Electrical Engineering such as:  Core of transformer  Core winding Types of transformer: Air core transformer Oil core transformer E shaped coil Square coil .

type 2. 3.Types of core: 1. 2. POT core 4. Ferrite core 1. . E. C-type 3.

determine the distance or speed of object. Principle: doppler effect Basic radar sends EM wave which is received after reflecting from taget and processed to determine speed & distance of object. .INTRODUCTION OF RADAR (radio detection a n d ranging)  Radar is a system that uses radio waves to detect.


RADAR EQUATION Pr= received power Pt=transmitted power G= gain of transmitted anteena Ar= effective aperture of receiving antenna σ = scattering cofficient F= pattern propagation factor .

TYPES OF RADAR Based on RADAR function 1. Primary or simple RADAR 2. Secondary RADAR .

SRE Radar electronic cabinet        power supply RF exciter IF receiver assembly SLB function front end receiver waveguide switch RADAR signal processor .


Antenna. Signal processors display.BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE RADAR SUBSYSTEM Main Circuit of Radar Subsystem Transmitter unit. . Receiver unit.

. and also to guide planes in for smooth landings.APPLICATION OF SRE Air traffic control uses radar to track planes both on the ground and in the air. The military uses it to detect the enemy and to guide weapons. NASA uses radar to map the Earth and other planets. Police use it to detect the speed of passing motorists. to track satellites and space debris and to help with things like docking and maneuvering.

NITIN KUMAR EC 7th A 0713331057 .

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