AM Transmitter

The following diagram is the schematic diagram of 4 transistors FM transmitter circuit designed by Paul K. Sherby. Components List: R1, R2, R8 = 1K R3 = 100K R4 = 150K R5, R7 = 10K R6 = 220 ohm R9 = 10 ohm P1 = 5K trimpot D1 = 1N4002 Q1, Q2 = 2N3904 Q3, Q4 = 7001, NTE123AP C1. Here the SW transmitter circuit based on IC BEL1895. This particular transm
AM Transmitter - schematic

itter circuit works in shortwave HF band (6 MHz to 15 MHz), and can be applied for shortrange communication and for educational purposes. The circuit is composed of a mic amplifier circuit, a variable frequency oscillator, and modulation amplifier stages. Transistor T1 (BF195) is. Here the short wave AM Transmitter circuit design diagram. The circuit is quite simple and easy to build since it applies only a few electronic components. The primary feature of this transmitter is that it really is absolutely free from the LC (inductor, capacitor) tuned circuit and runs using a fixed frequency of 12 MHz. This circuit is a powerful three stage, 9V FM transmitter (Tx) with a range of up to 1 kilometer in the open. It uses an RF transistor in its output stage and two BC547`s for the first two stages. Distance of trans-mission is critically dependent on the operating Conditions (in a building or out on. 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.

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