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DIY FM Broadcast transmitter
posted May 18 2010 12:33.18





THEtechknight builded a transmitter that broadcasts on FM band from parts found here and there. The result is a very sharp tuning transmitter working like charm. You can watch the other 2 videos explaining the construction here.

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