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List of radio stations in Bangladesh

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This is a list of radio stations that are legally permitted by the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission.

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Hello-------- If you are thinking of making an FM Transmitter your search is over here. This is a fully working FM transmitter circuit 1 Watt ! two kilo meters range guaranteed with crystal clear sound the circuit looks like this and if you look at the components which are acquired is this way we 've got the transistors the resistors capacitors you can note them down and the coil I finally the other components like trimmer , mic , coaxial cable antenna a GP antenna ground plane antenna and that's how it starts giving about guaranteed 2 kilo meters range you can even get more than two kilometres using a Yagi antenna that is a directional antenna otherwise with GP antenna its two kilo metre diameter range even if it is kept inside the house. this is what is the transmitter --- let me tell you you are trying to assemble this it's not an easy job if you are a hobbyist if you are a beginner you will have frustrating experience I'm not going to scare you for this but the reason behind this that these are all high-frequency device high frequency operation in the process slightest mistake of slight layout mistake a slight soldering mistake will drastically reduce its range in particular and then their chances at the company might get damaged too. this is what is a the precaution that one has to take if you would like to assemble such kind of transmitter let me explain you the function of this we have a microphone here and then the microphone of course it takes into condenser microphone we have a resistor biasing the microphone and then we do with the capacitor we feed it to a transistor this transistor ia dual function is also is an oscillator that transistor where L & C is made here .The L & C forces this transistor to oscillate at that particular frequency how it is set by this trimmer and this trimmer could be about 22 pf and you can adjust that frequency or even increasing the spacing between the coils in the coil that in the spacing also then the output from here is given to another transistor which is the buffer transistor what we do is the amplification of whatever frequency the modulation takes place through this audio here and that is finally sent to another power amplifier which is ultimately delivering the power to a tuned circuit comprising of this kind of L and these kind of C and the trimmer on & you will be surprised why so many covers it does I used in the positive and negative maybe this is because this being very high frequency operation and I particularly the FM range is from 88 to 108 mega hertz so you can add just the frequency any where by this and the range can be adjusted by this one can use of some kind of a meter some kind of field strength meter to see that the range is achieved to the maximum that it's requiredthat is possible so the biggest advantage of this is that you if you use a GP antenna you had a quite a long range GP antenna is ground plane antenna and a it can be fabricated the details also will be given at a later date in the audio visual again look at the assembled PCB here we had this space for the microphone here which could be connected to some cabinet which we will see it later this is the capacitor for the capacitor for that condenser microphone and this is the biasing resistor for for that this is the first transistor that oscillation takes place here this is the first coil and this is the trimmer and then we have a tapping it is taken from here and then given to the second transistor the the second transistor and the these are certain capacitors as we say that has to be connected far decoupling the power supply then we have the next coil and I the other at a men's which is that in this epic you can see the number and the no auto correction from here and then finally the public can just take your the pot on the state provide aid VK heatsink he did he's in being that the huge think he's there embedded DVR a guy that the lineup while I do it is going to be handled by this have been pretty good when we feed it to me tell you what source and then we have at the last quite fun the power for our device power time just to hear and enough for the that the onset get fed via one more hey &nb team of and of course the I that decoupling requirement for the septic so this is how the intercepted more looks like the lessee how you put it in a box so that we get it the good finished of this this is how we put it inside a box and the power and speech we have in a lady indication farrah whether it is switched on Nov knock then we have a who in Portsea of 140 Michael for and one for the dogs led in part which could be fed from any computer on any audio device far music are like 25 min about hats this is how how it looks like from the hat eine lady a and we have a the antenna wheat is a many funny coaxial cable I V say the DP and did not we be headed scene actually a tough time and then ninety suck it for the TV antenna here we have an arraignment ya with an AUD and is switch his speech is provided for test for bus that hard the point when you're going to test it seated on see that the light is blameworthy the power heard anybody I followed the UAE an indication and once you are satisfied that the I followed eine correct and then you can put the top to the hand in a more and a it starts the leading power the DC Circuit mad people write about their Lord supply the bottom end far the device the park and there was anything less than 100 million guess and a but again these are you will use or to find in me and get our so a DC sorts and finally the GP and imagine he said the ground plane antenna which is that again fabricated we take some an alliance and the aluminium unless Martin never item I tolerate aluminium handle aluminium and in the area papi we have so many npr we are not that after our bed I by 11 a.m. and it quite clearly cable is connected the device as we have seen idea and Excel the only system is compete hey do you %uh before that it's a device of very high frequency if you are a beginner he and if you tried to attempt this perhaps this sucks a state will be video a TV DVD player so it's advisable is not that I'm willing to sell a product which is advisable that do buy this product and a to get enough on the problem of has to use of lark getting the output pass it back the product is also supplied tweet other actresses Lake and FM radio we took like this but to back to back up far marked up tell outlets back to back up an adept at AC adapter firm and it holds 82 230 or DC delivering tell you are UTC marlon ampia power affect dodi quite a bit of course is very low but this is for a safety all supplied a long week him microphone with the mono microphone 5 Hughes reedy device


State-owned radio stations

Channel Note(s)
Bangladesh Betar (বাংলাদেশ বেতার) a state-owned radio broadcasting station of Bangladesh. Its headquarters are in Agargaon Sher e Bangla Nagar, Dhaka, Bangladesh Betar established during the War of Liberation of Bangladesh in 1971. Then it was known as Shwadin Bangla Betar Kendra, after the independence of Bangladesh it was named as Bangladesh Betar. But in 1975 after the coup d'état the rebels renamed it as Radio Bangladesh and so it continued up to 1996. Bangladesh Awami League came into power in 1996. They returned it to its original name Bangladesh Betar.

Privately owned radio stations

As of 2015, the Ministry of Information had licensed 28 private organizations for FM broadcasting, and the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission had assigned FM broadcasting spectrum to 25 of them.[1]

Name Area Served FM Frequencies (MHz)
Radio Foorti Dhaka 88.0
Radio Aamar Dhaka 88.4
ABC Radio Dhaka, Chittagong, Cox's Bazar 89.2
Radio Today National 89.6
DhakaFM National 90.4
Asian Radio Dhaka 90.8
Radio Dhoni Dhaka 91.2
People's Radio Dhaka 91.6
Radio Shadihin Dhaka 92.4
Radio Bhumi Dhaka 92.8
Radio Next Dhaka 93.2
Radio Din-Raat Dhaka 93.6
Radio Dhol Dhaka 94.0
Jago FM Dhaka 94.4
Capital FM Dhaka 94.8
Bangla Radio Dhaka 95.2
Radio Edge Dhaka 95.6
City FM Dhaka 96.0
Spice FM Dhaka 96.4
Radio CIUS Dhaka 96.8
Times Radio Dhaka 97.2
Desh Radio Dhaka 98.0
Radio 71 Dhaka 98.4
Radio City Dhaka 99.6
Radio Active Dhaka 100.4
Colours FM Dhaka 101.6
Radio Amber Dhaka 102.4

Upcoming radio stations

As of 2015, the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission was in the process of assigning FM broadcasting spectrum to the remaining three private organizations licensed by the Ministry of Information for FM broadcasting: Radio Capital, Radio Masti, and Gold FM.[1]

Community radio in Bangladesh

The Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC), in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council, considers community radio a special area for intervention. BNNRC has been promoting advocacy to the government in relation to community radio with other organizations since its emergence in 2000. As a result, the Ministry of Information of the People's Republic of Bangladesh announced the Community Radio Installation, Broadcast and Operation Policy 2008. Under this policy, the Ministry of Information approved 16 community radio stations for the first time in Bangladeshi history. To ensure the free flow of information to the people, the government enacted the Right to Information Act 2009. Community radio stations are a strong step in empowering rural people. Initially, the government approved 16 community groups:

Program Location(s)
Radio Meghna;99.00fm COAST Trust,Chorfasson, Bhola Island (Bhola District)
Radio Gaan Baksho; Online HD Bangladesh & Australia
Radio Bikrampur; 99.2 FM EC Bangladesh (Munshiganj)
Chilmari; 99.2 Chilmari, RDRS (Kurigram)
Jhinuk; 99.2 Srizoni (Jhinaidhah)
Mukti; 99.2 LDRO (Bogra)
N24 Radio; 0.00 Narayanganj 24 Radio Station. Coming Soon (Narayanganj District)
Naf; 99.2 Teknaf ACLAB (Cox's Bazar District)
Nalta; 99.2 Nalta Community Hospital in Satkhira
Lokobetar; 99.2 MMC (Barguna Sadar Upazila)
Radio Padma; 99.2 CCD (Rajshahi)
Pollikontho; 99.2 BRAC (Moulivi Bazer)
Radio Mahananda; 98.8 Proyas (Chapai Nababgonj)
Radio NeeL; 98.2 FM Bogra, Bangladesh
Rural Radio; 98.8 Agriculture Information Services (AIS) Community Rural Radio (Barguna District)
Sagar Dheep DUS Hatiya Island (Noakhali District)
Sagor Giri; 99.2 Young Power in Social Action (YPSA) for Sitakunda, Chittagong
Sundarban; 98.8 Koyra Upazilla (Khulna)

See also


  1. ^ a b "Annual Report 2014-2015". Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission. February 2016. 

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