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Building a simple reciever/transmitter.

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dimensionfx

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Hi,
I want to build a simple transmitter/reciever that can recieve/transmit sound. I'm completely a zero on this and am starting from scratch. I've tried some other tutorials already here but all circuit diagrams seem to be like reading chinese! lol. Anyway, what would be the simplest possible such device? (even a range of about 5-10 metres would do - just anything to transmit/recieve sound!)Perhaps an alternative that I thout wud be to have instead of sound, a series of seven segment displays to recieve and send text/numbers - or too complicated? Please help, really need it. Any help gr8ly appreciated. Thanx!
 

dimensionfx

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Thanx!

Hey guys, thanx ALOT for your help. So, if i was to use the transmitter that Kinjalgp suggested, and the reciever that herbymcduff suggested, the reciever would be able to recieve the signal from the transmitter? And, one last thing.. if possible... the circuit diagrams are like chinese to me, lol - not exactly... but is it possible for one of u to pls list for me the components used in the transmitter and reciever? Appreciate any help...thanx once again! :)
 

herbymcduff

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I really don't know if the two will coincide together. But you could try.

anyway, the parts are labeled as.

Reciever / Transmitter
resistors(R) / resistors(R)
capcitors(C)/ capacitors(C)
inductors(L) / inductors(L)
transistors(Q)/ transistors(T)

Both reciever/transmitter give you the values.
 

brancambre500

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dimensionfx said:
Hi,
I want to build a simple transmitter/reciever that can recieve/transmit sound. I'm completely a zero on this and am starting from scratch. I've tried some other tutorials already here but all circuit diagrams seem to be like reading chinese! lol. Anyway, what would be the simplest possible such device? (even a range of about 5-10 metres would do - just anything to transmit/recieve sound!)Perhaps an alternative that I thout wud be to have instead of sound, a series of seven segment displays to recieve and send text/numbers - or too complicated? Please help, really need it. Any help gr8ly appreciated. Thanx!
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