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i need help finding a schematic for a transmitter that will produce a powerful signal at RF 155.1750. I will make it worth your while if you help me get/make a transmitter that works.
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yeah I figured people would be more interested in helping me if I told them what I'm up to. I want to convert an itrip to broadcast at this axact frenquency (155.1750). why would I want to do this? I want to use the walkie talkie that I have in my delivery truck as a radio reciever since I don't have an actual AM/FM/CD reciever or player... It would also be fun to mess with some of my co-workers too! All in good fun of course.
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We can set you up with such a transmitter.

However, audio quality at 155MHz with a narrow-band receiver
will be poor when compared to regular radio fm receiver.

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pcs wrote:
We can set you up with such a transmitter.

However, audio quality at 155MHz with a narrow-band receiver
will be poor when compared to regular radio fm receiver.


Thats cool that the quality will not be up to par with an fm reciever but I would still like to try. I really just want the novelty of making something that works, and music while making deliveries.
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Check the schematics section than.

It will not be easy, though.

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I'm having trouble finding it, can you link it for me?
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i really can't find the schematic on the pcs electronics website.
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It won't be "a schematic" exactly for what you want.

This will require writing software, among other stuff.

Free running oscillator will not cut it, you need PLL and PLL requires
a microcontroller and some software.

Probably out of your league at your level of knowledge.

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