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Questions tagged [transmitter]

Questions on a set of equipment used to generate and transmit electromagnetic waves carrying messages or signals, esp. those of radio or television.

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How frequency is modulated in FM transmitter circuit [duplicate]

I am new to looking at FM transmitter and have a few questions regarding the FM Transmitter circuit below. Please break down your answers as simple as possible as I am not as well versed in circuits ...
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Trouble using a generic 4-20mA to 0-5V board to connect transmitter to Arduino

I'm doing a big project, where I will connect a lot of sensors to my Arduino Mega 2560. Eagerly, I bought boards of this type, but I can't get them to give me any voltage output! I've connected them ...
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Rf Module Receiver With Pt2272 always gets signal

I am just trying to on and of an led with rf module. I have tried lots of module but my works end up with same result. When I feed my receiver, with led connected to data out, it always powers the ...
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Low latency wireless audio transmitter

I am working on a project that requires low latency wireless point to point audio transmission at short distance using a digital transmission technique (ideally 24bit 96khz audio, 30 metre max) at a ...
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How to increase frequency of my rc device? [closed]

I'm presently trying to increase the distance i can use a rc device. So I want to know how I can do it?
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DC Free Transmission SNR

My SNR is better with DC Free transmission. Why? Example: 1.) Datasignal with DC: Datastream consisting of 0V and 1V. 2.) Datasignal without DC: Datastream consisting of -0.5V and 0.5V. The ...
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can I use a choke 150uH inductor for my AM transmitter circuit?

I am trying to develop an AM transmitter but I am having problems with getting a variable capacitor and inductor (for the rf circuit) in my location. I was able to find a choke coil with an inductance ...
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Microphonic SAW transmitter?

I built this very simple SAW transmitter, with a simple "spring" antenna for the right frequency. To test it, I tuned a portable receiver to around 433.92Mhz and fine tuned it until I heard silence. ...
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Frequency Modulator with sinusoidal output

I am creating a frequency modulator, all the circuits that I have looked so far on the internet are generating a Pulse wave or a Triangular wave output, so if you guys can help me to create a circuit ...
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Tube transmitter tuning

I am trying to tune/tweak/repair this transmitter for a friend of mine. It is oscillating, and it has rf power on the antenna, but it just doesn't seem as "strong" as it should be. The diagram says ...
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Tube transmitter plate current meter question

Can I install the mA meter in this schematic directly in the circuit? This is the high voltage plate supply and there is RF on it. The diagram doesn't specify if there is any circuitry to adapt the ...
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What causes the fail-safe bit to be set in the SBUS protocol?

What causes the fail-safe bit to be set in the SBUS protocol? I know that the when the link between the transmitter and receiver is lost, the fail-safe bit is set, however, what constitutes a 'lost ...
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Wire size question

I am trying to figure out AWG from a European/German schematic. The wire is listed as 0,3mm. (That's 0 (comma) 3mm.) I can find wire for sale in this diameter, but I need a reference to AWG. Is ...
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Can I connect transmitter output to spectrum analyser input directly?

I have a spectrum analyser, that tolerates 30 dBm 50VDC signal on its input and has internal selectable attenuator up to 40 dB. Can I connect it directly (i. e. without any external attenuators) to ...
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3.5 MHz 2W AM vaccum tube transmitter [closed]

What do you think of my 80m band radio transmitter I designed? Originally I though about using an Armstrong oscillator, due to its simplicity and sine wavyness, but I heard that crystals are better, ...
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How to make the receiver send signal back to the transmitter with wireless RF 433MHz module

I want to buy a RF transmitter & receiver 433MHz on the internet for our research project which deals with radio frequency. I badly need the concept of having the receiver notify the transmitter ...
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How to radiate a positive oscillating voltage?

I am trying to build a simple AM transmitter, transmitting only a carrier wave and thus silencing the noise on my radio standing next to my circuit. I built this circuit on a breadboard. It's a ...
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How to increase range of AM radio waves? [closed]

As a personal project, I made a very simple AM transmitter with an idea from an online tutorial, using a 1 MHz crystal oscillator (plus power source, antenna, breadboard, etc.). However, when using ...
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Power transformer question in vacuum tube circuit

I am having trouble wrapping my brain around this power transformer circuit. I must be missing something very fundamental, so I apologize in advance for that. Can someone explain to me why the center ...
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Explain this circuit

I know this circuit is an oscillator circuit and it senses another signal of same frequency, but I don't understand the calculation behind it, and the reason for emitter inductor, 3.9k collector ...
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FM Transmitter (Modulator) Circuit Simulation Problem [duplicate]

I've asked my question before, and I am writing this new question with some edits based on my previous problem. I am building a small FM Modulator ( Transmitting ) simulation on (Multisim). I've used ...
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Friis transmission equation (log scale calculation)

I am trying to understand the Friis transmission equation. My scenario: I consider transmit antennas (\$T_x\$) and receive antennas (\$R_x\$) at a distance R [km]. f [GHz], \$G_{T_x}\$ and \$G_{R_x}\$...
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4g transmit from a tv antenna to an indoor antenna

We have a TV antenna on the roof, works on 5-2600 MHz. Its cable runs from roof to my room, connected to the TV. I am wondering if I could transmit 4g signal using another antenna, by connecting a ...
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How can I make a voice transmitter receiver? [closed]

How can make a system which have two circuit. And one is place at ground floor and another is in roof. We send voice (like call) one from other by pushing a switch and vice versa. It may be wired ...
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Need help understanding simple FM transmitter

I made a simple FM transmitter following https://maker.pro/custom/tutorial/how-to-make-an-fm-transmitter and it worked! Now I need some help to understand how. My coil is made of 1 mm copper wire has ...
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Why does the voltage induced in the receiver coil of this WPT circuit decrease when a load is added (in parallel)?

The following is a circuit that wirelessly transfers power via inductive coupling. The circuit is supposed to power a 12 V 0.15 A DC fan and a typical smartphone, which requires 5 V DC across it. The ...
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Low noise electret mic circuit

i wanna make a FM microphone for my guitar but the problem is that the electret mic itself output a lot of background noise even before amplifying its signal. so obviously i need a preamp circuit ...
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How to design and build RF amplifier, that work in 450Khz [closed]

I have a schematic, that is a sine generator and mixer that does AM modulation. How to design and build an RF power amplifier and build a compact antenna. The goal is to transmit signal up to 50 ...
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How does this fire alarm system transmit data on two-wire?

In the fire detection industry, analogue addressable systems use control panels and detectors (and devices such as interfaces) which communicate with each other by means of a protocol. What protocol ...
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Creating a wireless transmitter/receiver for off-the-shelf siren

Since I oddly enough haven't been able to find a suitable off-the-shelf product that's reasonable priced (less than 50-60 EUR/USD) and somewhat good looking with Google, I'm about to try a small ...
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Is it possible to broadcast FM radio up to 500 metres? [closed]

I'm buying FM transmitter 0.2 watt at Lazada to broadcast for my village community at my area. Not a normal small FM transmitter for car or portable low watt (about 10mW-100mW) which broadcast up to ...
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need to make a simple burst transmitter [closed]

i am looking to build a simple transmitter that will transmit on 433mhz automatically every 20ms or less. would this even be possible to make? the transmitter only needs to be simple and set off a ...
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Locating mobiles/UE by base stations in a cellular system [closed]

After understanding a bit about how actual cellular systems function, I realized that identifying the mobile/UE location is key in assigning the UE to correct base station and thus to guarantee a ...
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Transmitter and Receiver antennas in mobile phones

I understand that in old cellular systems where FDD were employed, we used to have same antenna at the mobile phone (User equipment) for transmission and reception.Moreover, a duplexer was used to ...
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What is needed link budget? [closed]

Assuming I want to send a signal 1 km away from a 2.4 GHz antenna with 5 DBI gain and recieving antenna of 2.15 DBI gain. What is the minimum needed power at the receiver (not the minimum transmitter ...
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Why microwave links on cell towers have high frequency?

Why microwave links are in the higher microwave spectrum (I don't know exactly but I guess it's around 20-40GHz). If by Friis Equation higher frequencies have lower range then why use higher frequency ...
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How can a phone transmit the signal back to tower? [closed]

If cellphones have such a low power transmitter (around 200mW for LTE) and also doesn't have directionality then how can they talk back to the tower even though they are so powerful and built ...
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Quadcopter RX TX questions [closed]

I'm working on a quadcopter and have some questions about the receiver and transmitter. I'm going to be milling the boards myself and wanted to know what would be a good carrier frequency to use. I ...
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How cell sites work? [closed]

In Mobile communication, how do cell sites communicate to each other to the point when they reach the cell site which is connected to the other mobile phone when I make a call . What is the medium of ...
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Fast, cheap, wireless data transmission with Raspberry Pi [closed]

I need some advice on a project. I want to wirelessly transmit packets of data from a Raspberry Pi to several microcontrollers (Arduino or other). The frequency must be at least 15 packets/s per ...
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RF range at 169 Mhz

I'm planning a sensor network for agriculture (that apparently doesn't exist yet in this form) and I'd like to understand the possibilities of the radio link. A good number of in-the-field soil ...
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Temperature sensing bee hive

I am a honey bee researcher and I want to build a temperature sensing system to monitor the temperature changes in the three dimensional space within the hive body using 5 sensors on each hive frame (...
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Effective area or effective aperture of antenna

The effective area simply represents how much power is captured from the plane wave and delivered by the antenna. The explanation begins oft with assumption that antennas have the same polarization. ...
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calculating maximum transmission distance of radio module based on dbm and open air

I own several HM-TRP TTL FSK radio modules, and every time I turn one on, it reports it as being version 2. Anyways I did read the manual and it has a setting for transmitter power as follows: <...
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Can a bilateral switch block transmitter interference and can my board still produce great audio?

I made a circuit in which an ISD1760 chip outputs music via an LM386 IC and I like the quality and volume of sound, however, when I run an HM-TRP transmitter on the same circuit board and the ...
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Weird waveforms for a transmitter circuit

My book about digital logics ("Digital systems" of Ronald Tocci) provides a waveform which seems illogical to me about a transmitter circuit. This is the diagram of the circuit: The inputs for the ...
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Private star network topology on Sub-1GHz

I have a project which there is a need to be implemented many sensor nodes in a star network topology. One collector-gateway and multiple transmitters. The farthest sensor node from the "collector-...
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How can I modify the frequency of a simple 433mhz transmitter module?

How can I change the frequency of a simple RF transmitter? These are the transmitters in question: Background Research On this question s3c says: To change ...
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Capacitors and resistors shown as OPEN and SHORT in Schematics design

I am designing a wireless power Transmitter circuit and mostly following this datasheet for Wireless transmitter IC :- http://rohmfs.rohm.com/en/products/databook/datasheet/ic/power/...
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What is mean by channel inversion in wireless communication

Regarding the title of the question, to my understanding, Channel Inversion means that "The transmitter adapts its power to maintain constant SIR at the receiver." It is a technique used for ...