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Schematic, circuit design and comprehensive details about a SUPRX FM radio receiver, featuring high sensitivity and very low noise and distortion. [PDF]
Aircraft radio receiver circuit that receives aircraft radio signals in the 220-400 MHz band. This kit is small and simple to build, and it's a lot of fun to listen to aircrafts!
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This 3-transistor radio receiver circuit is capable of receiving radio signals in the 5-15 MHz Shortwave band, and apparently costs on $10 to build.
Photo: Auto Scan FM Radio Box / Kit Auto Scan FM Radio Box / Kit
FM Radio Receiver Box Kit with Auto-Scan Function.
Photo: AM/FM Radio Kit and Training Course AM/FM Radio Kit and Training Course
Training course of 56 pages is divided into 9 lessons; Audio Amplifier, AM Detector, AM IF, AM Amplifier, Amplifier, AM Mixer & Oscillator, FM Detector, 1st FM IF, 2nd FM IF, FM RF Stages. Superheterodyne receiver of standard AM (amplitude modulated) and
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Circuit diagram for an AM radio antenna preamplifier that amplifiers the signal before it get to the AM receiver, thus making the AM radio signals stronger for better reception.
Photo: AM Radio One Chip Educational Electronic Kit AM Radio One Chip Educational Electronic Kit
This is a complete AM radio for the standard broadcast band, most of which is on a single IC. Other components, such as coils and variable capacitor to make a finished radio are included. The IC is the RF Amp, detector and AGC circuitry. The IC's output d