9V FM Radio Transmitter

Here the simple and low cost FM transmitter circuit. The frequency range of this FM transmitter should be about 89MHz 109MHz. Output power is about 9mW at 9V. R1, R6_12K R2, R4_100K R3_22K R5_1K R7_100R Q1_BC338 Q2_BC548B Microphone JinIn ECM-60P B1 C1_10uF/25V C2_22n C3_10n C4_3n3 C5_2p7 C6_22p C7_100uF/16V tuning capacitor_0-30pF This is a low
9V FM Radio Transmitter - schematic

cost and easy build low powered FM transmitter. The range of the FM transmitter claimed about 300 feets when running at 9V supply. And the range claimed to be increased become about 400 feet when running it at 12V supply. Take a note that this transmitter should not be used as. This is the FM transmitter circuit which apply 4 radio frequency stages, that are a VHF oscillator designed around transistor BF494 (T1), a preamplifier designed around transistor BF200 (T2), a driver designed around transistor 2N2219 (T3) and also a power amplifier designed around transistor 2N3866 (T4). A condenser microphone is wired at the input of. The following diagram is the FM transmitter circuit with FM transmision up to 4W. Voltage supply for this circuit is 12-16V with current consumption of 100-400mA. This circuit works with frequency of emission range of 88-108MHz. Components List: R1, R2 = 10K Ohm (1/4 W) R3 = 47 Ohm (1/4 W) C1, C2 = 1nF. Easy FM tracking transmitter project :). The circuit designed by Tony van Roon, and here the FM tracking transmitter diagram: Components List: R1 = 10K C1 = 100uF/10V C2 = 10nF C3 = 4-40pF trimmer capacitor C4 = 4. 7pF IC1 = LM3909 Q1 = 2N3904 NPN transistor LED1 = Red LED/or another color as you.

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