Angus Chalmers (Fungus)
Post Number: 27
|Posted on Sunday, January 29, 2006 - 11:44 am: || |
Is there any places in the UK where you can get 1mhz oscillators(postage is quite a lot from America)? Secondly, would grounding the computer controlled transmitter extend the range?
Also you said in another post about recieving a 28 mhz signal;"The Ramsey FR10C should work fine.
My ICOM will do a better job though." I looked at the Ramsey one and it said it was FM. How would it still be able to recieve AM?
dick dastardley (Unregistered Guest)
Posted From: 126.96.36.199
|Posted on Tuesday, January 31, 2006 - 6:00 pm: || |
RS components have 1 MHz oscillators. I bought a couple a few weeks ago for a couple of quid each.
Alex Roberts (Whoo_mythbusters)
Post Number: 116
|Posted on Sunday, July 9, 2006 - 12:15 am: || |
I just built the permanent version of the Computer controlled transmitter. While it is transmitting, the sound is very fuzzy and just plain bad sounding. When I switch from low tone to high tone on the program, there is not even a slight change in pitch on my receiver. I know for a fact my receiving radio is set correctly to 1000 Kilohertz, and I have checked every possibility of a short circuit on my board, but everything checks out. My oscillator is from electronics goldmine and only rated for 5 volts, but when I used my second oscillator from the same place in the normal AM transmitter it worked perfectly. I am at a loss at what to do. Any suggestions.