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Radio Receivers, from crystal set  to stereo
on-line, FREE!                                              author: Miomir Filipovic
 
It is hard to imagine what would the modern world look like without the permanent exchange of huge quantity of information. It is being transferred by various means (newspapers, telephone, the Internet etc.), however, the fastest way of doing it, and sometimes the only one, is by radio, where transfer is being done by electromagnetic waves, traveling at the speed of light. This book covers the history and principles of radio transmission and an array of different radio receivers...
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 Contents:
 
Chapter I INTRODUCTION

Chapter II PRINCIPLES OF RADIO TRANSMISSION

2.1. AM Transmitter
2.2. FM Transmitter
2.3. Wavebands


Chapter III DIRECT (TRF) RADIO RECEIVERS

3.1.The Simplest Radio Receiver
3.1.2. The Antenna
3.1.3. The Ground
3.1.4. Other Components

3.2. The Simplest Amplified Radio Receiver
3.3. Simple Radio Receiver with TDA7050 IC

3.4. Simple Radio Receiver with LM386 IC
3.5. Radio Receiver with Increased Sensitivity Audio Amplifier
3.6. Universal Audio Amplifier

3.7.Receiver with HF Amplifier
3.8. The Audion - Direct Receiver with Drain Detector

3.9.1. Reaction - Type Receiver
3.9.2. Direct SW Receiver for AM, AM-SSB & CW Signals

3.10. Miniature Receiver with ZN414 (ZN414Z) IC
3.11. Pocket Receiver with ZN414 & LM386 IC’s

3.12. Miniature Receiver with ZN415E IC
3.13. Receiver with ZN415 & LM386 IC’s
3.14. Mini Receiver with ZN415 & TDA7052 IC’s

3.15. Direct (TRF) FM Receivers
3.15.1. The Simplest FM Receiver
3.15.2. The Simplest FM Receiver with Audio Amplifier
3.15.3. FM Receiver with One Transistor and Audio Amplifier
3.15.4. FM Receiver with (just) One Transistor

 

Chapter IV  SUPERHETERODYNE RADIO RECEIVERS

4.1.Superheterodyne AM Receivers
4.1.1. The Simplest AM Superheterodyne Receiver (worldwide)
4.1.2. The Fully (not exactly 100%) superheterodyne AM Receiver No.1
4.1.3. The Fully (not exactly 100%) superheterodyne AM Receiver No.2
4.2. Superheterodyne FM Receivers
4.2.1. FM Receiver with TDA7000
4.2.2. FM Receivers with TDA7088T

4.2.2.1. Miniature FM Receiver
4.2.2.2. Stereophonic Receiver


Chapter V  APPENDIX

5.1. Making PCB’s
5.2. Computer - Aided Radio Receiver Control

5.3. Receivers with NE612 IC
5.3.1. Synchrodyne AM Receiver
5.3.2. AM Receiver with Synchro - Detector
5.3.3. Input Circuits for the Receivers with NE612
5.4. Universal Audio Receiver
5.5. Additional Circuits
5.5.1. Fine Tuning

5.5.2. Electronic Tuning
5.5.3. Signal Suppressing of Local Radio Transmitter(s)
5.5.4. Dual Tuning
5.5.5. Separation of Stages - Preventing the Oscillation

5.6. The Boxes
5.7. Bimboard, Protoboard
5.8. Universal PCB Plates
5.9. A Modern Oldtimer

 
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