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High Invisibility FM Parallel Tapped Telephone Transmitter [Project]
posted January 8 2014 11:52.38 by spic0m




If you are looking for a high invisibility FM parallel tapped telephone line transmitter, then watch this video for more details. This transmitter can be used with or without a battery. Using a 9V battery will ensure HIGH invisibility to detection devices. Using this circuit on telephone lines other than your own, or your business, is ILLEGAL. You can transmit in the 88-108mhz band, or just above/below that band to ensure others cannot listen in. The circuit only transmits when the phone is in use. Both sides of the conversation will be heard.



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