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The Radio DDR logo.

ZN414-TRF-RADIO-IC

A ZN414 IC in a TO92 package. Attribution: Nkendrick at the English language Wikipedia.

Build your own small pirate radio station.I show you how to build a simple FM transmitter33:40

Build your own small pirate radio station.I show you how to build a simple FM transmitter.-0

50% off our best selling FM Bug Transmitter at: http://www.bug-transmitter.com A one transistor FM Transmitter is born. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel Our website is at: www.bug-transmitter.com This FM Bug Transmitter is very easy to build and get working. Its a very simple design with not many parts. In this video i will show you how to make a very stable one transistor FM Transmitter. Frequency range: 88Mhz -108Mhz Power consumption ONLY:14mA at 9v Transmission range: Over 700ft Parts List: Capacitors : Capacitor:10pf Capacitor:33pf Capacitor:1nf x 4 Capacitor:4.7uf x3 Resistors  : Resistor: 100R Resistor:22k x2 Resistor:39k Resistor:47k x2 Transistor: 2n3904 \and many others will work. Audio input connector Antenna wire: 67CM or 165cm for better range. L1: Coil: 5 turn \0.5mm wire battery clip Home made Circuit board (See Video) Music written by Tom Cusack Composer -- Tom Cusack Music from www.freemusicforvideos.com.

  1. The NATO radio station at Anthorn in Cumbria
  2. The tracking tower on Mullach Sgar, St. Kilda
  3. Warsaw Radio Mast
  4. Anthorn Radio Station
  5. Rugby Radio Station
  6. Criggion Radio Station
  7. Fernsehturm Stuttgart
  8. Tokyo Tower (1958)
  9. CN Tower
  10. Durris transmitting station
  11. Arfon transmitting station
  12. Lualualei VLF transmitter
  13. AN/PRC-77 Portable Transceiver
  14. Belmont transmitting station
  15. Berwick-upon-Tweed television relay station
  16. Bikini Atoll
  17. Bluebell Hill transmitting station
  18. Bressay transmitting station
  19. Caldbeck transmitting station
  20. Cold War radio jamming
  21. Cold War radio propaganda
  22. Croydon transmitting station
  23. Eitshal transmitting station
  24. Emley Moor transmitting station
  25. Haverfordwest transmitting station
  26. Kazakh Radiosy
  27. Letter beacon
  28. Mendip transmitting station
  29. Mendlesham transmitting station
  30. Mounteagle transmitting station
  31. Multi Rolle Radio
  32. Raadio vabadus Eesti- ja Liivimaal
  33. Radio
  34. Radio brīva Latvija un Pärnu
  35. Radio buzzers and akin stations
  36. Radio Moscow
  37. Radio Wolga
  38. Radome
  39. Rosemarkie transmitting station
  40. Secret service radio numbers stations
  41. Secret service radio stations
  42. SSI small-scale integration and MSI medium-scale integration integrated circuits (1964-71)
  43. Strabane transmitting station
  44. Telecommunications masts
  45. Telstar
  46. XTAR
  47. ZN414 integrated circuit
  48. AN/PRC-77 Portable Transceiver
  49. Multi Rolle Radio
  50. Bikini Atoll
  51. Cold War radio jamming
  52. Cold War radio propaganda
  53. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
  54. Radio Moscow
  55. Radio Wolga
  56. Radio brīva Latvija un Pärnu
  57. Raadio vabadus Eesti- ja Liivimaal
  58. XTAR
  59. Rundfunk der DDR
  60. Radio DDR 1
  61. Radio Berlin International
  62. Radio Marti
  63. Voice of America
  64. BBC World Service
  65. Radio Havana Cuba International
  66. Kazakh Radiosy
  67. ZN414 integrated circuit
  68. Secret service radio stations
  69. Telecommunications masts

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