[hackerspaces] Make your own FM radio station transmitter at HOPE #9!

Mitch Altman maltman23 at hotmail.com
Mon May 7 07:32:03 CEST 2012

The Prometheus Radio Project will host a hands-on electronics workshop for HOPE #9 attendees to build their own low-power FM radio transmitter!


July 13-15
New York City


The simple FM transmitter design by Tetsuo Kogawa uses only 14 components and can be built in just a couple of hours. The final transmitter is small enough to carry in your pocket and has a broadcast range of about 10 m under the best conditions. You can plug in your mp3 player and broadcast your own signal with this DIY FM transmitter!


This is a great introduction to RF circuits. Come learn about capacitors and resistors - beginners welcome!


Following the workshop, Prometheans will be available to talk about how you can get involved in the upcoming opportunity to apply for community radio stations.





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