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Started by fastline Yesterday at 8: I enjoy your working around fm audio and am video circuits. I got the idea from http: I will continue with the entire circuit when I have time to. I used a 2N instead. I am currently trying to build the audio section of the circuit see http: Thanks again for the suggestions.
Any ideas what cause this? With a schematics, it’s better. I will work on the main section and post back if any problems.
Also is it correct that the other lead of the trimmer capacitor is connected to ground according to the diagram? I am currently using a 47uH resistor-like inductor with a 35pF trimmer capacitor. Thanks for the schematics althought it is mirrored and I need to flip it horizontally to view it. All I get at the output is 0.
The waveform at the output is apparently the input audio waveform, with reduced magnitude. I spend a lot of hours checking for connection errors on the stripboard. I do not have those. The 2SC has a transition frequency over dataeheet, the 2N is a fraction of that – it just isn’t fast enough.
It is random no matter how I adjust the trimmer capacitor. Is it because I must test it with the main section, or can the audio section work alone to provide a 4.
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. 2SC Datasheet.
I seriously do not think there are any connections issues – this is my 3rd attempt, all with same results. Thanks for any advice. Is there a 2sc205 for calculating the output frequency? I replaced the trimmer in the FM transmitter with a variable capacitor from a radio that has a plastic handle so that I can tune it without causing disturbance.
Once you have adtasheet specs, you can do a “parametric” search on places like Digi-Key, Mouser, etc.