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 to reset / clear IRQ requests in AX5043

Has anyone gained experience with Onsemi's RF Transceiver AX5043?! I'm not able to clear the interrupt request Bits. For example my XTALREADY interrupt is fired immediately after reset and fired again ...
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Do I need anything between a microcontroller and a basic FM transmitter to cut out EMI?

Below is my circuit of a basic FM transmitter attached to an output pin of the AT89C2051 micro controller. I haven't tested it and I might decide to connect R1 to the NPN collector instead of to VCC. ...
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Is my bluetooth range impacted by the remaining battery on my smartphone as a scale or ratio?

Sometimes it seems my bluetooth speaker is particularly sensitive to the distance from my smartphone, sometimes it seems completely indifferent. The variable seems to the battery charge. My question ...
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Datasheet for Keyes IR Transmitter (KY-005) wanted

Can someone help me find the datasheet for the Keyes IR Transmitter (KY-005)? I know how the pins work, I just need to figure out its voltage drop and how much current should go through it. Thanks! :...
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Bluetooth receiver from multiple transmitters

I need a bluetooth receiver to receive a signal from few transmitters. There is extremely little information about bluetooth on the internet. Google gives a lot of topics about android and iPhones, ...
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Good compact antenna for FM audio transmitter module?

I've been looking at building a short range FM transmitter using this module, the idea is to create a small module that I can integrate into other projects. I'd prefer having the antenna on the same ...
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FM Transmitter Power and approx Transmission Distance Calculation [closed]

I am a beginner of electronics and mostly fascinated by hobby circuits right now. I do not have any Electronics Degree. Internet and hobby Electronics books are the only places where I learned lill-...
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What's the relationship between samples and bits?

I was talking to a friend today that I have a transmitter which is capable of sending 128 samples/second. Note that each sample is a voltage level represented by a floating point decimal. He then ...
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Checksum done without microcontroller

How could I transmit data from a device such as a distance sensor or quadrature encoder with an RF transmitter and also transmit a checksum or will I have to use a microcontroller such as the Arduino?
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Is a coil FM transmitter frequency affected by my body static?

I've built this coil FM transmitter following these guides which are essentially the same: https://maker.pro/custom/tutorial/how-to-make-an-fm-transmitter https://www.instructables.com/id/The-...
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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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Transmit a signal using RF transmitter/reciever without using microcontrol or a decoder/encoder

Objective: I am trying to build a transmitter that transmit an on signal when a button is push. The transmitter will need to be small enough to wear or hold in a pocket. I prefer not to use any ...
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Making a Remote Control for My TV from Scratch

This might seem silly to many of you, but I lost my TV remote when I moved awhile back and instead of buying a universal remote for cheap, I want to make a remote for my TV from scratch myself. I'm ...
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Best way to amplify 3.3V square wave at 1MHz to 10V square wave at 1MHz

I am trying to build a bus transmitter complying to 1553 standards. Its input is a 3.3V square wave at 1MHz (CMOS data) and it has to be amplified to 10V or higher at the same frequency. The load ...
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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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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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FM modulation with crystal oscillator [closed]

I have seen many posts where a simple AM transmitter can be made with a crystal oscillator and modulation transformer. Can this idea somehow be modified to FM. I don't want people to misunderstand me. ...
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strange results from transmitter radiation calculation

This table was taken from:http://www.emfwise.com/distance.php At that site a formula: Power Density = P/4Πr2 was used in order to calculate the power density(mW/m2) according to the distance from ...
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Maximum range of 27 MHz ISM band NLOS radio broadcast

What is the maximum range of a 27 MHz ISM band when transmitting at full power? I am interested in general situation for US and EU but that will go back to the power limits allowed. My country (CZ in ...
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Make an RF transmitter: classic transistor oscillator or VCO module?

This question is about pros and cons of making an RF transmitter (eg in the FM band) in the classical way (eg. with a "transistor based" oscillator circuit, like this one which is very classic and ...
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555 timer as FM transmitter vs. Tank Circuit

This site seems to suggest the use of the 555 timer in astable mode to generate frequency modulation from a source. The typical transmitter uses a tank circuit with an inductor and trimmer capacitor ...
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Can a smartphone transmit over the 902-928MHz bands? [closed]

I came across a remote control that uses the 902-928MHz band. Can a smartphone transmit WiFi/Bluetooth over those frequencies? If yes, is there anything special about it? Thanks
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Relationship between radio transmitter output power and its input electrical power?

Given a radio station of a given licensed effective radiated power, is it the case that the transmitter requires at least that much mains power to run it? E.g., if a radio station says it's 100,000 ...
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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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Microprocessor & sub 2.4GHZ transmitter for underwater application

I am looking for a device that has following properties: Can transmit data underwater (sub 2.5GHz,1-2m below surface) Very small (max. 15mmx15mmx2mm) In-built microprocessor Able to read sensors So ...
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Use Preformed inductor instead of coil for FM Transmitter

I want to build this transmitter: The inductor in the schematic says 0.1uh so I figured I could get some of these and use them instead of making my own like it describes in the picture. I would be ...
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2n3904 vs. Pn2222A for FM Radio Transmitters

My question is which is better for transmitting an audio signal on the common 88 - 108 fm band: the common 2n3904 NPN transistor or the PN2222A NPN or are they interchangeable. I have seen a lot of ...
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2.4 GHz versus 434 MHz transceiver for home automation

I am working on a project that uses an Arduino Uno R3 and will have one receiver and one transmitter. I'm going to use this for home automation within my home in India. I want to know which ...
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GPS SOS Signal Device [closed]

Is there a way to send GPS coordinates from one device to another, without the use of any kind of cell service? What I'm attempting to design is a device that connect to a motorcycles' tip-over ...
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Transmitting GPS data to Raspberry Pi

I am trying to figure out a way to get GPS data from a remote source to a Raspberry Pi. The remote source would be a helmet mounted GPS receiver so it would need to be small and preferably inexpensive....
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How to make a cw transmitter with a crystal oscillator (A0645147)?

I am trying to make a very basic cw transmitter, so far i got a 5V crystal oscillator: A0645147. Whenever I apply voltage to it i can pick up the signal on my handheld however i am not hearing the ...
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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 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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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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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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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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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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Purpose of L2,L3 & C6 in the following CW transmitter circuit

I have been trying really hard to understand the purpose of L2, L3 and C6 in this CW transmitter, especially L3 and C6. I have received many conflicting answers such as that L3 is acting as a ...
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Datasheet FM Modulator

Hi I want to implement a narrowband FM transmitter and I find all features about power and noise in the FM Modulator datasheet, but nothing about bandwidth. The transmitter will work at center RF ...
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Which filter is good for GSM transmeter design Butterworth, Chebyshev or Bessel?

I have to select a filter design topology among Butterworth, Chebyshev or Bessel. Based on your experience, can you suggest which filter is the best for GSM transmitter design?
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Can I make a homemade radio transmitter?

I got a new HTC one m9 and it has an FM reciever in it, it picks up all the radio channels in my area really well. I am trying to make a very simple radio transmitter for the fun of it. I dot want ...
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Why is the grounded capacitor smaller in a transmitter vs a receiver?

Here's an FM transmitter that I found on the web: Here's a regenerative receiver that I found: The capacitor connected to the base of the transistor in each circuit is different. Why isn't the ...
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Low-Frequency Magnetic Transmitter

I want to design a magnetic transmitter to detect a device which will be underground (1m to 7m) from surface, so I started to look at a solution and I find that a magnetic transmitter will work ...
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Use Potentiometer to change frequency in FM Radio Transmitter

I know that in most circuits you use a tank circuit consisting of an inductor and variable capacitor in parallel to generate different frequencies like this one. However since most cheap trimmer caps ...
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Is wireless power transfer by induction at 60Hz possible, or does the frequency need to be changed?

I want to build a wireless power transmitter that works over a very short distance. Can I use my line voltage(120V at 60Hz) through the primary coil to induce voltage into a secondary coil about 1/4" ...
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Peak-to-peak voltage of WRL-10534?

I'm experimenting with the 434 MHz RF Link transmitter (WRL-10534) from SparkFun. I'd like to determine the peak-to-peak voltage of the RF output, but I don't have access to an oscilloscope that can ...
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Can we capture and reproduce the bluetooth signals

Are there any devices that can capture bluetooth signals and reproduce them? Or is it simply possible to capture bluetooth signals if we have any bluetooth device? Does a bluetooth device have ...
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Linear potentiometer for suspension travel

I am working on a project for university measuring the extension of a cars suspension. I have a potentiometer available to me, but have a few questions regarding how to use it. I understand that it ...
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Using 27MHz car with 49MHz remote control

I managed to do something like this guy here, but after I connected the Arduino to the 49MHz remote control, I figured out that I have another car which works on <...
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How to polarize a signal before sending it to the antennae

I am an electronics noob and searched around the FAQ and this question seems askable. My questions are: How can I create polarized signals and are there any parts I need to be aware of to easily do ...

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