Date: Wed, 06 Mar 2002 13:47:47 -0500

Author: Gerald Zani

Subject: Re: Radio Tranceiver Kit

Post:

Tappers,

Let me chime in here with my two cents.

There are a number of electronic kit suppliers that have
transmitter/receiver kits. Email me if you want info to contact them. But
there is a better way to build a Radio Transmitter receiver rather than
buying a kit.

It is much better to find a collection of articles for the circuit in
Poptronics (was the former Electronics Now/Popular Electronics, which also
was the former radio electronics) and other electronic journals. Journal
articles will include the reviews of the circuit. Also, the circuit design
considerations will be discussed and a range of choices and options are
described.

If you buy a kit you get one circuit with no options. And it may not be
the circuit that is best for your needs. Jerry


At 05:35 PM 3/5/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>On Thu, 28 Feb 2002, Mike Ugawa wrote:
>
> > Do any of you have a source for a radio transceiver kit--as in the kind
> > that has to be assembled from parts. I'm looking for something that could
>
>Why not pair an AM radio receiver kit with an AM-band transmitter kit?
>You can find plenty of these from various mail-order companies. Search
>with these keywords:
>
> +"am radio" +kit
> +am +transmitter +kit
>
>
>Here's a good site for low-power transmitter FCC regulations:
>
> http://www.ramseyelectronics.com/sitepages/fcc.htm
>
>
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