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You are going to build an AM radio transmitter AND you will be shown how it works. When you finish your radio, it will look something like mine in the...
==These are the small components you will need== --Small Stuff-- - 555 timer chip - NPN transistor - two #103 capacitors (0.01 microfarads or 10,000...
==These are the bigger components you will need== --Bigger Stuff-- - 1/8 inch (3.5 millimeter) male audio cable - AM radio receiver - Antenna. Yours...
==Now that we have all of our components ready, lets put this together!== I suggest constructi...
==Test your radio!== To test the AM radio transmitter, simply set the ante...
==So how does this work??== The audio signal is controlling when the radio signal is bein...
==Modify your radio== I want you to modify your radio and post a comment below th...
The radio transmitter we made can only transmit at frequencies from 110KHz to 480KHz. The AM radio band is from 520KHz to 1610KHz. Harmonics...
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