Rf transmitter and receiver module

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  1. Hassaan Javed

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    I need circuit diagram of 433mhz rf transmitter and receiver module.
     
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  3. Hassaan Javed

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    [QUOTE="MikeML, sir i want to make myself.
     
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  5. Hassaan Javed

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    Dear, no circuit diagram of models, there are many circuits in which they used modules. There is no circuit diagram of this module
     
  6. bushrat

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    if you click on images, you can actually find a schematic that you can build. That's what you requested, right ?
     
  7. Papabravo

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    I predict that you will have a hard time building a transmitter or receiver from a schematic without any test equipment or understanding of the circuit. For any given circuit there is no guarantee that the parts are available or that you will have access to parts suppliers. Without some understanding of how the circuit works you have virtually no chance of getting it to work if something goes wrong. May I suggest that you buy a pair and study their operation. Then attempt to build a pair.
     
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    The circuits above are for about 3oo MHz but you can modify it for 443 Mhz by making the transmit and receive tuning inductors a little bit smaller. The circuits are explained at the URL below.
    http://www.talkingelectronics.com/projects/WirelessDoorbell/WirelessDoorbell.html

    One problem you might have is tuning your transmitter. Many transmitters around 430 MHz use a SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave) resonator to control the frequency. If you can get a SAW resonator you man make a frequency reference. You can find SAW resonators in remote controls such as wireless doorbells and wireless keys for automobiles, among other things.

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    To use this as a SAW oscillator just connect "Modulation Input" to +9 volts. To use it as a remote control transmitter connect the "Modulation Input" to the square wave output of an oscillator such as a NE555.

    In some countries, transmitters like these need to be tested and certified to meet applicable laws and/or approved by a government agency.
     
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