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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Unstable Phase of Channel Impulse Response

I'm using DW1000 UWB radio transceiver and extract its channel impulse response (CIR). The CIR output by the transceiver is the complex baseband CIR. In a static environment, the CIR is a LTI filter ...
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What's the maximum possible power output of this RF CATV amp?

please tell me what is the maximum possible output wattage that this RF CATV distribution amp (see below for specifications) would likely output with maximum possible input before damage? ~13 mW is ...
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Can anyone explain how this 433MHz RF transmitter module works?

I don't know the basic functionality of the circuit and I need a complete description of every component.
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Wireless doorbell transmitters and receivers

Im a complete noob when it comes to electronics but have been searching google and havent found anything and was just wondering if any of you can help guide me a little. So I have this set of wireless ...
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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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Transmiting analog signal with lora

I want to transmit an analog signal over Frequency Modulation with a Lora RA 02 module. First thing I need to do is convert the analog signal from the audio source to digital, right?. But I had so ...
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Anyone have any idea what type of receiver/transmitter that is

I got those from someone and it does not come with any kind of datasheets I’m guessing they are receiver and transmitter as they both have kind of an antenna.. anyone have an idea of the model so I ...
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How does pulser-receiver circuit work

I want to set up an experiment exactly as given in this data sheet for the T/R switch that I recently bought (the MD0101): Every pulser receiver circuit that I’ve found neglects to address what ...
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Is it possible to induce few volts IMPULS over 10 m distance?

I'm currently learning about electromagnetism at college, so this question is on mine mind for a few weeks. If we have on one side: 9 V battery, DC-DC converter to few kilovolts, capacitor, button, ...
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433 MHz transmitter works only when I touch a specific part

As it is hard to describe, I made a small video showing my issue: https://vimeo.com/521857517 As you will see, the RF transmitter and receiver are correctly connected as they work when I touch a ...
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Transmitter & receiver circuit for high voltage lights

I want to control my room's lights by wireless circuit - like RF or whatever. In my country, the lamps and lights work on 220V AC. I'm still beginner, I have done this before and it worked, but by ...
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SAW resonator oscillator operating principle

I can't for the life of me figure out how the following SAW oscillator works. I can't see how the oscillation would be maintained since it doesn't use a feedback mechanism I'm familiar with. This post ...
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FM modulation in FM transmitter

I'm using an LM386 for voice amplification. The transmitter transmits the signal from the tank circuit on the correct frequency but without voice. I'm a beginner and a hobbyist and I'm still trying to ...
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Small wireless transmitter and receiver [closed]

I am looking for suggestions for wireless transmitter/receiver chips/circuitry. I have the following system in mind: Multiple transmitters to one receiver Transmitters do not have access to ...
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Tube Transmitter Issues

I'm back working on my friend's 807 tube transmitter. I've had some previous posts on this and I'd like to thank all the people who responded for your help! I bought an oscilloscope and a dummy load ...
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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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Designing mil-std-1553 transceiver [closed]

I need to design a mil-std-1553 analog front end transceiver to already designed digital 1553 ip for my ms thesis. So I need to convert digital 3.3V to analog specs level and receive and convert to ...
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How can this 160MHz VHF locator tag work with such small antenna?

I recently came across a VHF locator tag used to find animals in the field. It operates on the 160MHz band. According to the user the locator range is some km line of sight (using Yagi antenna) and ...
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How is the Tx/Rx Gain calculated in USRP?

I'm using Software Defined Radio NI USRP 2922 (Universal Software Radio Peripheral). I know that USRPs are uncalibrated devices. In many exampls you can set the so called Tx or Rx gain (as in the ...
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FM Transmitter oscillation problem

I've been trying to get this simple FM transmitter to work over the past few days and I could use some help in a few areas. First iteration was on a breadboard with all parts included. The ...
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How does someone design a low frequency FM radio transmitter?

I'm relatively new to the topic but I'm intending to transmit some data from a measurement system in a cave to a receiver on the surface. I understand that I can use a SDR (software defined radio) to ...
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simple way to send addressable RGB signal wirelessly [closed]

So my electronics knowledge is pretty limited, But I'm hoping there is a simple way to do what I want. Also I'm sorry if this question is answered somewhere else as I'm probably not using the right ...
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Can I break a radio tranceiving device by operating it with no antenna connected?

People tell me I shall not use my CB-radio station without an antenna connected or it will result in damage of the device. Is this true and why is this?
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What makes it hard to build a powerful RF transmitter?

I was looking for a powerful RF transmitter lately but I didn't find many. They are low power (< 0.5W) or expensive. I have a little understanding of a regular 433MHz transmitter's schematics. It ...
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Where can I find how to use those rf transmitter/receiver

I bought those rf trans/receiver (GWB T400) I figured out that the sck, miso and mosi are for the spi communication. Gnd and 3v3 are pretty clear as well but I’m not sure what rst and cs are for. I ...
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RF help, difference between using 12V and 5V as power supply voltage

I am currently looking into building a custom RF transmitter. The commercial ones built for Arduinos usually operate at 5V. I was also looking into some RF remotes, and found that they usually use 12V....
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Help identifying encoding scheme for RF device

I have this RF encoder that I am trying to customize with an MCU. The remote control device uses an encoder called HS2260. I believe it is a clone of PT2262 device. I was able to get the waveform but ...
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What is the advantage of differential Manchester

I can see the advantage of Manchester code over NRZ: you get clock and data in one signal combined. But what does differential Manchester add to that?
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What are the basics I need to know to power LEDs with RF at a range of 30 feet?

I would like to light up a path in the woods with hundreds of LEDs using RF. The idea is that I would carry a RF transmitter powerful enough to light LEDs. As I approach the LEDs would get brighter, ...
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Formula to calculate the isotropic range of a signal

I am wondering, is there a formula to calculate the range of a signal with a given frequency and output power? For example, how do i find the range of a 580khz AM signal on entirely flat terrain with ...
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Rc Transmitter not working

Trying to fix an old transmitter from some rc toy, I may have removed the crystal oscillator some 4~5 years ago so I can only guess it was either 27Mhz or 40Mhz. I tried 27Mhz crystal oscillator (I ...
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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 the ...
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Difference between ultrasonic transmitter sensor and ultrasonic receiver sensor?

What is the difference between ultrasonic transmitter sensor and ultrasonic receiver sensor? Can an ultrasonic receiver sensor be used as an ultrasonic transmitter sensor or vice versa?
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Can I increase the signal strength by combining two radio transmitters with an antenna?

Can I increase the signal strength by combining two radio transmitters with an antenna? İt has only one oscillator and two transmitter circuit. Same signal. I connect antenna coil together in one ...
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TS832 audio-video transmitter lowers its input voltage

I have a TS832 audio-video transmitter, and in its datasheet it says that the operating voltage is typically 12V, but can range from 7V to 16V. I am powering the transmitter with a 9V battery. I am ...
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How to calculate telescopic antenna impedance?

I'm designing a 27 MHz transmitter for controling RC toy using TX-2B and RX-2B ICs. Thre is my output stage schematic (see attachment). Output impedance 50 Ohm. I know that antenna length on 27 Mhz ...
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Max load on analog output

I am planning to connect an Omron ZL1-series 4-20 mA level transmitter to a 0-10V input on a PLC. To do so, I have to convert the current to a measurable voltage by connecting a 500 Ω resistor to the ...
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How do I calculate the frequency of an FM transmitter circuit?

Below is an FM transmitter circuit I found on the web that I would like to build from scratch: How I would calculate the carrier signal frequency so that I know where to tune my FM radio? If I want ...
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Can 4-20mA transmitters send through a 1kOhm resistor?

I have a 4-20mA sensor at work and I wonder if it's possible if a 4-20mA transmitters send through a 1kOhm resistor? I guy I talked to said that 4-20mA normaly can't send through 1kOhm because it's to ...
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How does the DAC function within this circuit? How does the transceiver work in this case?

I have this circuit which I have to study but I don't know how the DAC circuit works when combined with the other components. I understand the functioning of the DAC but not that of the other ...
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How can I adequately recreate a signal with a biphase line code after band-pass filter in python?

I want to create a python model of a transmitter. The transmitter uses a biphase line code, which looks like this (from a datasheet): Additionally, the datasheet states that the signal is "...
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TV remote mystery

My TV remote has this hole. The hole exists for the propagation of the EM waves coming from inside the remote correct? I guess plastic would absorb those EM waves and we don't want that to happen. ...
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Can't transmit UART signal from Circuit Playground Express to Raspberry Pi witth 433MHz rf link kit

I'm a noob on electronics and I've been trying to send data from a Circuit Playground Express to a Raspberry Pi with a 433MHz rf link kit. I followed a Rasperry Pi tutorial with the rpi_rf.py library ...
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Is there any applications for short data transmission?

In some applications like IoT, the transmitter turns off for power saving when the transmission is not needed. I'm not sure but I heard that: when the transmitter is on, the data length - in time - ...
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Need 100base-tx/1000BASE‑TX front end analog scheme

Need 100base-tx/1000BASE‑TX front end analog circuitry, if possible with explanations. I've been searching for a while already but no success. There are only bluffy peices of information. Is it ...
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Digital Communication \$T_x\$ and \$R_x\$ for Dish - Coaxial Cable - TV Setup

I have a question in mind regarding transmitters and receivers. Let's say we have a dish then a coaxial cable connecting our dish to the TV. Can we consider the Dish as a transmitter \$T_x\$ and the ...
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My FM transmitter never works, Why? [duplicate]

I'm trying to build a FM transmitter, but without sucess. The current schematic I'm using is this one: The alternating current at the (+) of the op amp is the P2 output of my phone. V3 and V4 are 2 ...
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Cheapest way to power an LED from an Android phone using Bluetooth [closed]

I recently wanted to make an Android controlled LED using Bluetooth. The obvious solution I could think of is using a HC-05/06 module with an Arduino. However I believe for just lighting an LED, this ...
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Why does the overshoot exist when transmitter turns on?

I am implementing power amp. with 16-QAM. Because of issue on power consumption, I am using time division duplex (TDD). By TDD, the power amp. turns off if the carrier wave is not needed and vice ...
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Does this crystal circuit work?

I need a tiny oscillator circuit for testing an application. Now I haven't much experience in creating oscillators so I would like to use this Collpits-circuit: I only need the carrier wave so I ...

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