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Solution of Public Broadcasting System in Museum Library

Public Broadcasting System of Museum Library -- Scheme Construction

System Overview:
In museums and libraries, the application of public address systems is becoming increasingly important. As public cultural institutions, museums and libraries bear the important responsibility of publicizing cultural knowledge, educating the public and providing information services. It can provide the public with a better visit experience and promote the realization of the goal of cultural inheritance and education popularization by displaying and disseminating cultural knowledge, educating the public and providing information services.


Demand analysis:
Versatility: The public address system should have a variety of functions, including audio guides, expert explanations, music playback, etc. This can meet different needs and provide a diversified experience.
Audio quality: Public address systems in museums and libraries need to provide high-quality audio to ensure that visitors can clearly hear what is being played. Clear audio signal and good sound quality are necessary.
Regional coverage: Museums and libraries usually have a lot of space, and the public address system needs to be able to cover every area, whether it is exhibition halls, reading rooms or corridors, there should be audio playback equipment.
System control: In the public broadcasting system of museums and libraries, a centralized control system is required, which can easily adjust the volume, select the content, and play regularly. This can better control the entire system and provide a better user experience.
Scalability: Public address systems should be highly scalable to accommodate the changing and evolving nature of museums and libraries. You can add new playback devices, add audio content, etc. as needed.
Customizability: Museums and libraries usually have their own specific requirements and styles, and public address systems should be able to be customized according to the needs of different institutions, including audio content, interface design, etc.
Reliability: The public broadcasting system needs to have high reliability to ensure long-term stable operation. Playback equipment and control systems should be of high quality and able to withstand the stress of prolonged use and environmental changes.


Design ideas:
Needs analysis: First, conduct a needs analysis to understand the characteristics and target audience of museums and libraries. Identify the areas in which the broadcast system needs to be set up and what functions need to be provided, such as guided tours, background music, etc.
System planning: System planning is based on the results of the requirements analysis, including selecting the appropriate audio equipment, considering whether to use wired or wireless transmission, determining the area covered by the broadcast, and the ability to provide multiple audio sources.
Equipment selection: according to the system planning, select the appropriate audio equipment, such as audio player, speaker, mixer, etc. Consider the sound quality, stability and scalability of the device to ensure that it can meet the needs and adapt to future development.
Construction layout: According to the specific layout of the museum and library, the location of the broadcasting equipment is reasonably arranged to ensure that the entire space is covered. Appropriate speakers shall be provided in the exhibition area, reading room, corridor, etc., and the interface wiring for audio transmission shall be considered.
Control system: design a centralized control system, through the control panel or software interface, to facilitate the operator to control the audio content. You can choose functions such as automatic playback or manual control, timing playback or immediate playback to meet different needs.
Customized content: Customize audio content based on the characteristics and needs of museums and libraries. For example, in the museum exhibition area can provide the relevant cultural relics of the explanation audio, library reading room can provide the corresponding background music.
User experience: consider the user experience, provide audio navigation function, provide detailed explanation for visitors. At the same time, it is also necessary to ensure that the sound quality is clear and the volume is appropriate, and does not affect other activities or the reader's reading environment.
Testing and maintenance: After the system is installed, test to ensure that the audio equipment works normally, and debug the real environment on site. And regular system maintenance and overhaul, to ensure the stable operation of the system.


Functional advantages:
(1) graphical interface, easy to learn; touch screen operation, easy to use.
(2) Mobile phone APP remote control playback function: supports uploading files to the server, instantly playing the internal audio files of the mobile phone, and can be broadcast at any time through the paging function.
(3) Text broadcasting function, the system can directly convert text into audio files, and install the corresponding voice package to customize the sound on demand.
(4) File playback function, centralized control room and each sub-control area can be played through software selection files.
(5) Real-time acquisition and broadcasting function, which can set up regular collection of background music, knowledge publicity, news broadcast and other programs every day.
(6) Fire-fighting linkage: The broadcast is connected to the fire-fighting alarm system in the museum. In case of emergency, the convenient anti-interface unit will trigger the alarm task to alert students and tourists to evacuate in time and protect their own safety.


Application effect:
Providing information and guided tours: The public address system can provide information and guided tours in various areas of museums and libraries. Through the broadcast system, visitors can learn about the background of the exhibits or books and improve their viewing or reading experience.
Create atmosphere: The broadcasting system can play background music in museums and libraries to create a corresponding atmosphere. For example, playing music related to the content of the exhibition in a museum can increase the artistic and immersion of the exhibition. Playing relaxed and quiet music in the library can provide readers with a comfortable reading environment.
Dissemination of promotional information: Through the broadcasting system, museums and libraries can disseminate promotional information, including related activities, lectures, exhibitions, etc., to increase public attention and participation in activities.
Provide special activities: The broadcasting system can be used to promote and guide special activities in museums and libraries. For example, when a special lecture or exhibition is held, visitors can be provided with information on the time, place, and related content of the event through the broadcast system, while the visitors are guided to visit or read along a specific route.
Security: The broadcast system can also be used for emergency notifications and safety tips. In case of emergency or emergency, important safety information can be released to visitors and readers through the broadcasting system to ensure their personal safety.

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