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Subject: Re: Where can I find schematics for a simple video transmitter/receiver?

Date: 10/13/02 at 4:19 PM
Posted by: Brian Snell
E-mail: bsnell@lara.on.ca
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In Reply to: Where can I find schematics for a simple video transmitter/receiver? posted by Andreas Larsen on 09/27/02 at 8:54 PM:

Greetings.

You might care to check out the offerings from "Supercircuits" (info@ccd.scx.com) -- my catalogue from them is a couple of years old but I believe that they are still in business.

They show a number of kits for video/Audio Tx/Rx
purposes ranging from simple 100 feet range using Ch 14 on regular TV to several in the UHF and higher frequencies. I believe that you may find this form of assembly the most trouble-free, as any "home-brew" circuitry involves quite a lot of specialised parts not always readily available.

I also recall a construction article in a Gernsback publication about 2 or 3 years ago. You might take a look at their Web offerings, as there is a reprint service available.

Hope that this helps.

B.S.


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