Urgent Need in 10 minutes

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by Asad Ullah Muhammad, Jan 11, 2009.

  1. Asad Ullah Muhammad

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    Hi,
    I m in a difficulty. I have to make an A.M ciever. I m finding it very difficult. Any one of all can help me in building a simple A.M reciever. ever any body nade it Himself.
    Please help me with in 10 minutes
     
  2. mik3

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    If you search google for AM receiver circuits you will get many.
     
  3. Wendy

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  5. Asad Ullah Muhammad

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    Thanks to all
    Major
     
  6. duffy

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    So what happened? You had 10 minutes to make an AM reciever in Pakistan... seems like there must be a story here.
     
  7. Audioguru

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    The story is that he didn't know about Google and he can't spell in English.
     
  8. HarveyH42

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    Just out of curiosity... What year did the first commercial AM radio station go on the air?
     
  9. thingmaker3

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    The first receiver I built was a coil of magnet wire around a toilet paper tube with a germanium diode and an earpiece. My soldering sucked back then;).

    Election Day (in the US), 02 November 1920, station KDKA. This was another Westinghouse money-making idea.
     
  10. Muhammad Saad Khan

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    If i want to operate a stepper motor like i input a number with keypad digitally and the motor takes steps regarding the input. How it could be possible?
     
  11. Papabravo

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    A microcontroller is well suited to this task. As the requirements are not particularly burdensome, just about any microcontroller could do the job.
     
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