Category Archives: Radio



UHF TV Antenna Booster

This is the circuit diagram of UHF band TV antenna booster with 15dB gain power. This low cost antenna booster is simple and easy to build.It use single transistor BF180 to boost te UHF signal. Since this is an active circuit of UHF TV antenna booster, it will require a 12v power supply to operate.… Read More »

15W FM RF Amplifier with 2SC2539

This is a 15W FM RF amplifier circuit which build based on RF Power Transistor 2SC2539. 2SC2539 is a silicon NPN epitaxial planar type transistor designed for RF power amplifiers in VHF band mobile radio applications. FM RF Amplifier Circuit Diagram: Coil Specifications: L1: 2T Coil diameter:4mm L2: in series 6pcs Toroidal ring L3: 4T… Read More »

Active FM/AM/SW Radio Receiver Antenna

This is an active FM/AM/SW radio receiver antenna, can be used for FM radio receiver, AM radio receiver and SW (shortwave) radio receiver. This circuit use active component JFET VHF Amplifier MPF102 to boost the radio signal. It use 9VDC supply to work. On the shortwave band this active antenna is comparable to a 20… Read More »

15W FM Transmitter using BLY88C

This is long range FM transmitter with transmision power output is up to 15W. This 15W FM transmitter use power transistor BLY88C as the main transmitter amplifier. Building a good FM transmitter(88-110Mhz) begins with getting a good schematic. You don’t have to understand the precise working of the transmitter to build it. But some basic… Read More »

Mini FM Transmitter

This is a mini fm transmitter circuit. I think this is the simplest one. Simple, easy and of course… inexpensive… The supply voltage is between 1.1 – 3 Volts with power consumption is 1.8 mA at 1.5 Volts. This circuit should be able to cover 30 – 50 meters of range max. at 1.5 Volts.… Read More »

Mini AM Transmitter

This is the simple and low cost AM transmitter schematic diagram built using transistor BC109C. The circuit is in two halfs, an audio amplifier and an RF oscillator. The oscillator is built around Q1 and associated components. The tank circuit L1 and VC1 is tunable from about 500kHz to 1600KHz. These components can be used… Read More »





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