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Notre Dame of Midsayap College

College of Information Technology and Engineering

CpE 318
(Drafting and Design)

SUBMITTED BY:

JOUNARIZ XAVIER D. DELFIN


MARY ROSE V. HERNANDEZ

SUBMITTED TO:

MARK BRYAN C. TENEBROSO


INTRODUCTION
We, the third year Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering students, were given a
task to make our own kind of radio whether it is an AM receiver or FM receiver.

A radio receiver is an electronic device that receives radio waves and converts the
information carried by them to a usable form. An antenna is used to catch the desired frequency
waves. The receiver uses electronic filters to separate the desired radio frequency signal from all
the other signals picked up by the antenna, an electronic amplifier to increase the power of the
signal for further processing, and finally recovers the desired information through demodulation.

Of the radio waves, FM is the most popular one. Frequency modulation is widely used for
FM radio broadcasting. It is also used in telemetry, radar, seismic prospecting, and monitoring
newborns for seizures via EEG, two-way radio systems, music synthesis, magnetic tape-recording
systems and some video-transmission systems. An advantage of frequency modulation is that it
has a larger signal-to-noise ratio and therefore rejects radio frequency interference better than an
equal power amplitude modulation (AM) signal.

Frequency modulation is used in radio broadcast in the 88-108MHz VHF band. This
bandwidth range is marked as FM on the band scales of radio receivers, and the devices that are
able to receive such signals are called FM receivers. The FM radio transmitter has a 200kHz wide
channel. The maximum audio frequency transmitted in FM is 15 kHz as compared to 4.5 kHz in
AM. This allows much larger range of frequencies to be transferred in FM and thus the quality of
FM transmission is significantly higher than of AM transmission. Presented below is electronics
circuit for FM receiver along with its full explanation.
MATERIALS
TRANSISTORS:
 3-C9011
 3-ED1402
 1-ED1702
 1-ED1802

RESISTORS:
 2-100 ohms
 1-270 ohms
 1-330 ohms
 2-470 ohms
 1-.560 ohms
 2-1K
 1-3.3K
 1-4.7K
 1-18K
 1-22K
 1-100K
 1-560K
 1-1.5M

CAPACITORS:
 3-.01
 3-.02
 1-.04
 1-.1
 2-560PF
 2-10uf
 1-100uf
 2-220uf
 1-470uf

OTHERS:
 1- Volume Control 17MM w/sw. 1- Printed Circuit Board (PCB)
 1- Poly Variable Condenser (PVC) 1- Screw
 1- Ferite Antenna Bar
 Antenna Coil
 IF Transformer (3pcs.)
 Oscillator (RED)
 2 Antenna Bar Stand
 1- Silicon Diode (IN4148)
METHODOLOGY
1. After our teacher had given our project, we had our meeting per group for the budgeting
of our expenses.
2. We went to different shops to canvass in which we can buy the components needed for
our project.
3. We bought the needed materials in this project.
4. We immediately started our documentation by searching the definition of AM/FM
receiver.
5. We studied the given schematic diagram and 3D lay out on how we will put up the
components on our PCB.
6. While putting those components, we took a picture for our documentation.
7. We realized that some of the components are not matching the ones listed on the guide.
But still, we put it if it will work.
8. After we finish putting all the components on the PCB, we tested if it will produce a
sound or not.
9. It didn’t make any sound. So, we decided to go to the shop where we bought our
components and told them that some of the components were not matched with the ones
on the guide.
10. So, they change it.
11. We tried again if it will work that time but it didn’t.
12. We
BIBLIOGRAPHY
APPENDICES
CURRICULUM
VITAE
Name: Jounariz Xavier Daiz Delfin
Course: Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
Age: 19
Address: Brgy. Sarmiento, Parang, Maguindanao
Contact No.: 09485636693
School: Notre Dame of Midsayap College

Affiliations:

Recipient:
Name: Mary Rose Viloan Hernandez
Course: Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
Age: 19
Address: Greenville Subdivision, Villarica, Midsayap,
Cotabato
Contact No.: 09501760724
School: Notre Dame of Midsayap College

Affiliations:
CITE officer S.Y. 2015-2016
CITE officer S.Y. 2016-2017

Recipient:
SIDLAK 2015 Softball - Champion
SIDLAK 2017 Softball – 1st Runner up
ICpEP.SE Regional Convention 2015 – Overall 1st Runner up
ICpEP.SE Regional Convention 2015 – Overall 2nd Runner up
ICpEP.SE Regional Convention 2015 – Overall 4th Runner up