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AM transmitter and reciever

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niranjay_r

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I rigged up a circuit for AM modulation and demodulation. They work fine, when i connect then together with a wire. I want to make the whole setup wireless, ie, I want to transmitt the AM signal. An I dont want any heterodyning.

This is how my circuit now looks:

[Signal inputs]---[AM modulator]---[AM demodulator]--output

I want this:
[Signal_inputs]--[AM_modulator]--[???]...air...[???]---[AM_demodulator]--output

How do I do that? I want to achieve only a modest transmission range, say 1 or 2 meters. My carrier is also of pretty low frequency. Say 200KHz.

I understand to boost the range I need an amplifier of some sort. Are there any standard RF amplifier ICs available like the LM380/387 for audio range.

Thanks.
 

Staigen

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Hi. The only things thats missing here is the antennas!
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I want this:
[Signal_inputs]--[AM_modulator]--[???].....air....[???]---[AM_demodulator]--output
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//Staigen
 
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