Parts List: Circuit # 5VT MicroBug - Xtal Controlled
Resistors: 1/4 Watt This unit can go with smaller values and also surface mount.
R1 = 2.2K
R2 = 1 MEG
R3 = 10K
R4 = 1 MEG
R5 = 100K
R6 = 470K
R7 = 22K
R8 = 10K pot or SMD for adjusting deviation
R9 = 10K
R10 = 470 Ohm
R11 = 33K
R12 = 4.7K
R13 = 100 Ohm
R14 = 10K
R15 = 220 Ohm
Capacitors: - Disc Or Electrolytic ( Electrolytic Shown with +/- ) All Low
C1 = .01
C2 = .001
C3 = 470 pf
C4 = .01
C5 = .01
C6 = 100 pf
C7 = .001
C8 = 2.5 to 20 pf Trimmer ( Adjustable ) Small Surface Mount Type.
C9 = 10 pf
C10 = .1
C11 = .001
C12 = 2.5 to 20 pf Trimmer ( Adjustable ) Small Surface Mount Type.
C13 = 10 pf
C14 = 18 pf
C15 = .01
C16 = .001
C17 = 2.5 to 20 pf Trimmer ( Adjustable ) Small Surface Mount Type.
C18 = 47 pf
C19 = 2.5 to 20 pf Trimmer ( Adjustable ) Small Surface Mount Type.
Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 = PN3904 NPN - Digi-key Electronics
Q5, Q6 and Q7 = BFS17 - Digi-key Electronics
NTE-613 Varactor Diode or a suitable replacement like the ( MV2107 - Digi-Key Electronics )
Any, On / Off Switch Will Do - connecting the + side of the 1.5 volt battery to the circuit
1.5 Volts D.C.
Small Electret Microphone Element. Digi-key Electronics
L1, L2 and L3
Form: Digi-key Electronics Part Number 3368K-ND Fiber Washer.
8 spaced turns # 26 Magnet wire
18 1/2 Inches of small flexible stranded wire
I normally build this circuit using a Digi-Key Electronics Barrel Crystal (CA-301), 15 Mhz for a standard output frequency of 150.00 Mhz. If you want to customize the frequency, follow the directions below.
XT: ( CRYSTAL )
I usually build this circuit to operate between 150 to 165 Mhz. The Crystals I use Are The Digi-Key Electronics Barrel Crystals CA-301 Type which cost a couple of bucks per crystal. This circuit uses a X5 Multiplier and then a X2 Multiplier In the Final.
Example: If I use a 15 Mhz Barrel Crystal, the frequency at Q4s output is: Xtal X 5 Or: 75 Mhz into Q5. Q5 Multiplies 75 Mhz X 2 for an end frequency out of the final Q6 ( Desired Output Frequency ) of 150.00 Mhz.
Virtually any Fundamental Crystal between 14 and 17 Mhz will output a frequency of between 140 to 170 Mhz, if the crystal has a load capacitance of around 18 pf. If you wish to build this transmitter on A custom frequency simply use the X5 X2 formula below and order a custom cut crystal specifying an 18 pf CL.
Example: My Customer Desires this transmitter to function at an output frequency of:
( 1 ) Divide 158.250 times 2. This Equals 79.125
( 2 ) Divide 79.125 times 5. This Equals 15.825
I would order the crystal at a Fundamental frequency of 15.825 Mhz, tolerance of .001% and a Crystal Load Capacitance of 18 pf. When I tune my transmitter, my output transmit frequency would be: 158.250 Mhz.
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