All about the famous Corsair and Commando Transmitters designed by Dave Martin of WNKR. This blog will show you how to make each of the transmitters and show you examples that other people have made for them selves.
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good post dave,...but actualy can you remove 74HC4024? why? thanks.
hello. i have built a similar circuit a while ago ( not having seen yours yet ), 12V , outing 30 W, the configuration is a tad different I will try to post schematics later or so. Analog Oscillator ( no xtal ), on 1368Khz, works pretty well, low level modulation, very nifty and works pretty well i must say. great job aswell over there. cheerio govnor.john
Hi John, I visited your site a while back I didn't leave a comment. The web has been starving for a well designed MW AM TX for a long time and you have answered our prayers...Excellent work!!!"Class E Guru"
Maybe you could put dashed colored boxes around the different sections of the circuit, telling what each part does. (a) So it could be built in stages, and each section tested independent of the others and (b) so people would know what each area on the schematic did. I look at the schematic and I get lost half way through.
hello what is the value of cap 19 6n3 on the am 50 watts transmiter
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