from 42 to 88 Mhz Band


Posted on Mar 30, 2013

The FM broadcast band was moved immediately after World War II from its original spot just below 50 Mc to the present 88-108 Mc band. Hallicrafters was one company to offer receiving converters for those who had the old FM radio sets. The offerings included a one-tube converter that fits inside a console and draws power from the audio output tube socket (using an adapter).


from 42 to 88 Mhz Band
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This is the simplest possible design. The local oscillator of the receiver is adjusted slightly so that its second harmonic can be used for mixing. RF leakage from the local oscillator is sufficient to drive this crystal diode mixer, which has an output




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