VHF Audio Video Transmitter
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The circuit presented here is a simple audio/video transmitter with a range of 3 to 5
metres. The A/V signal source for the circuit may be a VCR, a satellite receiver or a
video game etc. A mixer which also operates as an oscillator at VHF (H) channel 5 TV
frequency is amplitude modulated by video signal and mixed with frequency mo enna,
contains video carrier frequency of 175.25 Mhz and audio carrier frequency of 180.75 Mhz.
Then, the transmitter is a B-System of CCIR compatible.
The circuit consists of transistor Q1 with its resonant tuned tank circuit formed by
inductor L1 and trimmer capacitor VC1, oscillating at VHF (H) channel 5 frequency.
Transistor Q2 with its tuned circuit formed using SIF coil and inbuilt capacitor forms
oscillator. The audio signal applied at the input to Q2 results into frequency modulation
of 5.5 Mhz oscillator signal. The output of 5.5 Mhz FM stage is coupled to the mixer
stage through capacitor C8 while the video signal is coupled to the emitter of Q1 via
capacitor C4 and variable resistor Inductor L1 can be wound on a 3mm core using 24SWG
enamelled wire by just giving 4 turns. Calibration/adjustment of the circuit is also not
very difficult. After providing 12V DC power supply to the circuit and tuning your TV
set for VHF (H) channel 5 reception, tune trimmer VC1.
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