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'[OT] 150 Mhz FM receiver(transmitter)'
1998\01\05@164506 by Herbert Graf

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> [spam_OUTPICLISTTakeThisOuTspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU]On Behalf Of Evgeni Nikolov
> Sent: Monday, January 05, 1998 01:28
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> Subject: [OT] 150 Mhz FM receiver
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> Hi All
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> I know that it is old like world, but can you sugest me a schematic
> of FM receiver (the freq is about 150 MHz). I should be as simpler as
> it can be (I prefer one-chip with some capacitors, resistors etc.).

       On the subject, does anyone have plans for an FM transmitter, around the
bottom of the
FM band, around 90MHZ. It needs to be a little better than 2 transistor,
range is important,
would like at least 500meters open air, more if possible, and stability is
important. Thanks for any info. TTYL

1998\01\06@223642 by Eric W. Engler

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>> I know that it is old like world, but can you sugest me a schematic
>> of FM receiver (the freq is about 150 MHz). I should be as simpler as
>> it can be (I prefer one-chip with some capacitors, resistors etc.).
>
>        On the subject, does anyone have plans for an FM transmitter,
around the
>bottom of the
>FM band, around 90MHZ. It needs to be a little better than 2 transistor,
>range is important,
>would like at least 500meters open air, more if possible, and stability is
>important. Thanks for any info. TTYL

Get the FM-10 kit from Ramsey.  They are highly rated, and fairly cheap.
They also have a better model for tighter freq control (it has a PLL).

Eric Engler

1998\01\07@104222 by Martin R. Green

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For maximum stability (PLL synthesis) and quality, as well as a
reasonable price ($75 US), try the MPX96 from North country Radio
(http://www.northcountryradio.com), which was featured in the June '97 issue
of Electronics Now magazine.

CIAO - Martin

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