Detection (receiver), Physics

Detection (Receiver): The antenna receiver these modulated waves from different transmitting stations.

Channel selector selects the desired signals. The selected signals are amplified and converted into light pulse in such a way as to reconstruct the image of the original object on the screen. At the same time, sound waves are extracted. The T.V. Set known as kinenoscope converts the electrical signals into light signals.

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