FM Wireless Microphone

The range of frequencies for the FM broadcast band is 90MHz (MHz = Megahertz or 90 million cycles per second). Because the FM microphone has a variable tuned circuit, it can be tuned to a quiet spot on your local FM broadcast band for the best reception. When the small microphone element is struck by sound, it converts the audio to a change in cu
FM Wireless Microphone - schematic

rrent through resistor R1 (see schematic diagram). This electrical change is amplified and eventually frequency modulates the transmitter. The transmission range of the FM microphone is approximately 100 feet, depending on the efficiency of the antenna (properly tuned or not) and the quality of the FM radio receiver. 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 is a mini FM transmitter built and powered using 2 transistors, designed by Tony van Roon. This small transmitter is simple to build and its transmissions could be picked up on any common FM radio. It possesses a range of approximately 1/4-mile (400 meters) or even more, depending on the line-of-sight, obstructions by big. This circuit is a wireless car alarm system that is built using two circuit modules, namely modules of transmitter and receiver modules. This circuit works on FM radio waves. Car alarms can be used on vehicles that have a 6-12VDC power supply. You can use the voltage stabilizer if your car power supply is too. 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...

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