Build Your Own Low-Power Transmitters - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780750672443, 9780080494142

Build Your Own Low-Power Transmitters

1st Edition

Projects for the Electronics Experimenter

Authors: Rudolf F. Graf William Sheets
Paperback ISBN: 9780750672443
eBook ISBN: 9780080494142
Imprint: Newnes
Published Date: 20th July 2001
Page Count: 320
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Low Power Transmitters, General Oscillators, MOPA Types, PLL; Basic Building Blocks; Simple LP Transmitters for Experiments; Simple AM Transmitter for 530-1710 kHz 50 mw VFO controlled; PLL synthesized AM transmitter for 530-1710 kHz, Simple FM Monaural Transmitter for 88-108 MHz 88-108 MHz VFO controlled; Basic FM Stereo Signal Generation Techniques, PLL synthesized FM Stereo transmitter for 88-108 MHz; Microprocessor-controlled FM Stereo Transmitter 88-108 MHZ; A 20 mw low power TV Transmitter; 0.5 Watt TV Transmitter for R/C Vehicles; 2 Watt TV Transmitter for R/C and Amateur TV for 440 MHz; 1 Watt TV transmitters for 902-928 MHz and 1240-1300 MHz; 915 MHz PLL FMTV transmitter; Receiving Converters and IF Systems for Low Power ATV; LP Narrow Band FM Audio transmitter For 2m FM, audio links, etc.; Basic serial data TX-RX System for Remote Control; Ch1 Low Power Transmitters for Experimenters; Ch2 LP Transmitter Basics; Ch3 Simple Low Power Transmitters for Experimenters; Ch4 A Simple VFO Controlled 50 mW AM Transmitter; Ch 5 The AM88 Low Power AM Transmitter; Ch 6 A Low-Powered VFO-Controlled FM Monaural Transmitter for 88-108 MHz; Ch 7 Basic FM Stereo Signal Generation; Ch 8 Frequency Synthesized Stereo FM Transmitter; Ch 9 Microprocessor Controlled FM Stereo Transmitter 88-108 MHz; Ch 10 A Milliwatt Video Transmitter; Ch 11 0.5 Watt Video Transmitter for R/C Vehicles; Ch 12 A 2-Watt 12V TV Transmitter for Amateur Operation; Ch 13 1 Watt TV Transmitters; Ch 14 A 915 MHz Experimental Low-Power FM TV Transmitter; Chapter 15 Receiving Converters and IF Systems for LP Television Transmitters; Ch 16 Simple VHF NBFM Speech Transmitters for the VHF Band; Ch 17 A Serial Data Encoder and Decoder for R/C Applications; An RF Field Strength Meter for LP Transmitter Use; Ch 19 A Simple Low Power CW Transmitter for 40 Meters; Ch 20 Single Sideband (SSB) Basics; Ch 21 A Basic SSB Generator/Exciter Unit; Ch 22 A 1 Watt Transmitter for the 1750 Meter Band; Ch 23 A Simple CW Identifier Circuit; Ch 24 Antennas for Low Power Transmitters

Key Features

Unique among comparable project books, this one offers a low-cost source for all parts, including the printed circuit board. This allows immediate completion without needing to search for difficult to find parts

Features twenty low-power transmitter projects

Readership

Hobbyists, amateur radio operators

Table of Contents

Low Power Transmitters, General Oscillators, MOPA Types, PLL; Basic Building Blocks; Simple LP Transmitters for Experiments; Simple AM Transmitter for 530-1710 kHz 50 mw VFO controlled; PLL synthesized AM transmitter for 530-1710 kHz, Simple FM Monaural Transmitter for 88-108 MHz 88-108 MHz VFO controlled; Basic FM Stereo Signal Generation Techniques, PLL synthesized FM Stereo transmitter for 88-108 MHz; Microprocessor-controlled FM Stereo Transmitter 88-108 MHZ; A 20 mw low power TV Transmitter; 0.5 Watt TV Transmitter for R/C Vehicles; 2 Watt TV Transmitter for R/C and Amateur TV for 440 MHz; 1 Watt TV transmitters for 902-928 MHz and 1240-1300 MHz; 915 MHz PLL FMTV transmitter; Receiving Converters and IF Systems for Low Power ATV; LP Narrow Band FM Audio transmitter For 2m FM, audio links, etc.; Basic serial data TX-RX System for Remote Control; Ch1 Low Power Transmitters for Experimenters; Ch2 LP Transmitter Basics; Ch3 Simple Low Power Transmitters for Experimenters; Ch4 A Simple VFO Controlled 50 mW AM Transmitter; Ch 5 The AM88 Low Power AM Transmitter; Ch 6 A Low-Powered VFO-Controlled FM Monaural Transmitter for 88-108 MHz; Ch 7 Basic FM Stereo Signal Generation; Ch 8 Frequency Synthesized Stereo FM Transmitter; Ch 9 Microprocessor Controlled FM Stereo Transmitter 88-108 MHz; Ch 10 A Milliwatt Video Transmitter; Ch 11 0.5 Watt Video Transmitter for R/C Vehicles; Ch 12 A 2-Watt 12V TV Transmitter for Amateur Operation; Ch 13 1 Watt TV Transmitters; Ch 14 A 915 MHz Experimental Low-Power FM TV Transmitter; Chapter 15 Receiving Converters and IF Systems for LP Television Transmitters; Ch 16 Simple VHF NBFM Speech Transmitters for the VHF Band; Ch 17 A Serial Data Encoder and Decoder for R/C Applications; An RF Field Strength Meter for LP Transmitter Use; Ch 19 A Simple Low Power CW Transmitter for 40 Meters; Ch 20 Single Sideband (SSB) Basics; Ch 21 A Basic SSB Generator/Exciter Unit; Ch 22 A 1 Watt Transmitter for the 1750 Meter Band; Ch 23 A Simple CW Identifier Circuit; Ch 24 Antennas for Low Power Transmitters

Details

No. of pages:
320
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Newnes 2001
Published:
Imprint:
Newnes
eBook ISBN:
9780080494142
Paperback ISBN:
9780750672443

About the Author

Rudolf F. Graf

Affiliations and Expertise

Graduate Electronics Engineer. Received his MBA at New York University. He is a senior member of the IEEE, a licensed amateur radio operator, and holder of a first-class radiotelephone operator's license. He currently lives in New York.

William Sheets

Affiliations and Expertise

Independant Consultant, New York State. He has more than twenty years experience in RF communications and digital circuitry. He is the author of numerous articles and books, including Video Scrambling and Descrambling, published by Newnes.