ISLAMABAD, (Pakistan Point News - APP - 15th Augst,2016) : Speakers at a workshop held at Islamabad-Rawalpindi Center of Institution of Engineers Pakistan Monday called for adopting new broadcasting techniques to persuade the new generation towards positive and constructive activities. Renowned broadcaster Engr. Sarfraz Alam traced the background of broadcasting technologies and counted initiatives taken in the field of Broadcasting that could be used for influencing human's mind to serve community.
He explained how the broadcast had gone through a variety of transformations, with satellite, cable DTH, G-3 altering our viewing habits and quality of life. Discussing various stages of Broadcasting Transmission and salient features of Audio video Program production, Engr Srafraz Alam, an expert on FM stereo transmission planner from Commonwealth Secretariat London, stressed to follow advancements in engineering practices being the 'way forward' to bring improvements of Quality of Life.
The overwhelming success of FM radio has led to further enhancements of this technology. Today, most radio listeners receive frequency-modulated (FM) stereo, he added. The participants showed keen interest to understand service quality in Radio transmission, with reference to Pakistan. Incharge Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program Chair, Engr Arjumund A Shaikh said that technology never remains static for long and often moves in an unexpected ways.
It is applicable to mobile Broadcasting Technology as well. Talking about his participation in " 5G World conference" held on 28-30 June 2016 in the United Kingdom (UK), he explained how speakers of 5-G Mobile Architecture are planning to achieve business objectives of increased productivity, enhanced efficiency, time saving and cost reduction. Engr Hafiz Ahsan ul Haq Chairman IEP-Rawalpindi Islamabad Cente thanked the participants for their interest in promoting professional development activities and involving youth in nation- building. He announced that they will arrange number of other events this year to enhance potential and capacity of engineering community, particularly the newly graduated engineers.