FM (prm) optical transmitter

Posted on Sep 23, 2012

The basic circuit can be operated at 80 kHz and is limited by the PUT capacitor combination. 60 kHz is the maximum modulation frequency. The pulse repetition rate is a linear function of Vin, the modulating voltage. Lenses or reflectors minimizes stray light noise effects. Greater output can be obtained by using a larger capacitor, which also gives a lower operating frequency, or using a higher power output IRED such as the F5D1

FM (prm) optical transmitter
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Average power consumption of the transmitter circuit is less than 3 watts.

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