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Re: [softrock40] SR osc using FM transmitter?

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  • Mr John W Titmuss
    Thanks for the reply Tony, the 137meg was just a thought. The main question I was asking, is could we use one of those cheap fm broadcast transmitters as a
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      Thanks for the reply Tony, the 137meg was just a thought.
      The main question I was asking, is could we use one of those cheap fm broadcast transmitters as a local osc for hf , being very cheap and stable and frequency agile, either by a divide by 4 or 8 cct.
      ---- Tony Parks <raparks@...> wrote:
      > Hi John,
      >
      > The v7.0 SoftRock might be good up to 6m but there is a big question if that is so or not. 137.25 MHz I am pretty sure is much to high for the SoftRock without using a converter in front of the SoftRock.
      >
      > The v6.0 SoftRock runs out of gas somewhere 10m or lower. I have built one for 15m and I think it was working ok but additionaly testing is needed.
      >
      > 73,
      > Tony KB9YIG
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Mr John W Titmuss
      > To: softrock40@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2006 5:44 PM
      > Subject: [softrock40] SR osc using FM transmitter?
      >
      >
      > I have seen these (very cheap) fm transmitters for sale for use with ipods, etc. They are going on ebay for about 12 bucks delivered, and are a stable, PLL, digital frequency source. Thet are tuneable in 100khz steps from 88-108Mhz.
      > So, my question is, would we be able to utilize one of these as a local osc for a softrock, considering they span 20 megs, maybe thru a divide by 4 cct? What do you think Tony?
      > I was also thinking about using a softrock for 137.5Mhz weather satellite, but would need a 137.525Mhz osc in the softrock.
      >
      > Cheers
      >
      > John de VK4JWT
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