Weekend Projects - Super Simple FM Transmitter




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Ghost572: Why doesn't' he get a bread board and put a schematic up? people can solder it to something after they've checked its all correct.

Gooika Sabu: Can use mic

Gooika Sabu: Will you say which transistor and electrolytic capacitors use

RetroDuck: From how far can you pick up the signal?

alma 97: Fking american units

Raul Muchas muchas Felicitaciones Sagra: Por favor pudieras pasar tu explicacion al español? Pues esta bueno el proyecto

JG: That's a nifty way to build a circuit!

Anderson Diniz: Muito e prático

Enyia Abua: Please can you explain how it works

chandika sachith: what is range

Dan Ingaran: how to upgrade/boost/extend the Range of the antenna

Charlie Bumagat: What is the value of the electrolytic capacitor sir? I do really appreciate the project.thanks

Bobbo Beazt: I did some quick calculations via multiple websites and found that this coil is 0.05 uH, and with a capacitance of 10 pF gets a resonant frequency of 225 MHz. This isn’t in the FM range, but maybe the circuit board / antenna provides a bit more capacitance. A little more guess-and-check and I found that you would need a value of 45 pF to get 106.1 MHz, and to get below that just increase capacitance with a trimmer.

Yuri Gagarin: just use wod and nails, look for dazaro3 wood transmitter fm😁

Circuit DIY: Nice Project Sub to my channel for more project like this thanks

Svetlin Totev: FM transmission is only illegal above e certain power depending on the country but a 9 volt battery powered transmitter is perfectly legal even at the restricted frequencies since it has a tiny range. You will only have a problem with that when transmitting at more than a few hundred metres in a populated area at a frequency that is used by a local radio. Otherwise nobody will ever care about what you are doing.

Jonathan Berghouse: If you were using an XLR cable, would the shield wire be soldered to the board or any extra part?

Wayne Clinton: I'm having a problem with the coil. how can I know it really works.

Harishwar sagar: The best content and video I have seen so far

la Cachina Umbrella: why not diagram, please
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Weekend Projects - Super Simple FM Transmitter