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25 Metres Range, Short Wave AM Transmitter
posted September 11 2014 11:16.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis

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 that is very stable. An LC based tuned circuit is inherently unstable because of drift of resonant frequency due to temperature and humidity variations.

Resistors R1 and R2 are utilized for DC biasing of transistor T1. The capacitor C1 gives coupling in between the condenser microphone and the base of transistor T1. In the same way, resistors R3, R4 and R5 give DC biasing to transistor T2.

[Link: Circuit Diagram]

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