Wireless-fm-microphone

  
Adjustable capacitor C10, and coil L1 form a tank circuit that, in combination with Q1, C2, and R1, oscillates at a frequency on the FM band. The center frequency is set by adjusting C10. An electret microphone, M1, picks up an audio signal that is amplified by transistor Q2. The audio signal is coupled via C9 to Q1, which frequency modulates the tank circuit.
Wireless-fm-microphone - schematic

The signal is then radiated from the.antenna. The circuit can operate from 9-12 Vdc.



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