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  1. This could be a better choice... http://electroschematics.com/22/88-108-mhz-40w-wideband-power-amplifier-mrf171a/ Oh yes! It is illegal! Hopefully you know what you are doing. If you build this amplifier, don't use it unless you are willing to lose some money or spend some time in jail ;) I don't know about the regulations on Mars but if you live there just build it ;D
  2. Hi! Can anyone recommend a good book about stepper motors? It wont hurt if it is for free ;) Yes I know that there is a great deal of info on the web about steppers but it's lot better to have it on my hard drive. Thanks in advance :)
  3. Hi frankwas! This link will give you an idea about how it looks like in your car amplifier, guess you need at least 1000VA transformer for your amplifier if you want to rock real hard, 1400W that is lots of power, your amplifier might have more than two channels, can you take a snap shot of the inside?. Open the ampifier and run it from a 12 volt battery if you don't have a power supply that can handle the current needed. Measure from the the center tap of the transformer to the + and - side of the rectifier, the voltage reading you get is what you need ;) The bridge rectifier usually consists of two 3-leg devices TO220 packages with two diodes in each, they are usually marked with diodes on their bodies and mounted to the heath sink. Someone will probably say that a bigger transformer is needed and that is both true and false, all depends on how loud you want to play ;D http://sound.westhost.com/project89.htm
  4. Hi nandi and welcome to this forum! Check at Duncans: http://www.duncanamps.com/spice.html There are not many but it's a good start, a search on google will bring you more I guess.
  5. Hi rybitski! Nice job ;)! I'll try that on my Canon powershot A610 I bought couple of month ago.
  6. Hi tendi! Go to http://fileshare.eshop.bg/ and enter L01.01 in the search field ;)
  7. Hi! No I'm afraid that I have to say no letter in return or any sign :( The very last hing he said was that his computer crashed. We had a conversation on ICQ and at that time he was complaining about his health but a few days later he told me that he was getting better. I found Staigens phone number!!!!!!!!!! I just hooked up the phone and I have real good news, Staigen is as healthy as I am :) his computer has crashed as we already know but he haven't had any time to repair but he promised to show up as soon as possible ;D ;D ;D
  8. Hi again Bob! His name is Stig and I did send the letter to his home adress I got his adress for long time ago because I was supposed to send him some junk :) As I said I've tried to search for his phone number but with no success, couldn't find a name that matched his in same area, maybe I should try to find someone in his vicinity just to ask if he is ok. Yes I know that he wasn't ok but last time I spoked to him he said that he was getting better, hopefully it's just because his computer crashed.
  9. Hi CooperMan! Haven't heard from him either, I dropped him a letter but no sign of life in return tried to find his phone number but couldn't find anyone that matched his name :(
  10. :) Nice photo! SF465 K is a saw filter for the front-end of the receiver, there is two black two legged components, one is located to the right of the "tied to the antenna" hole and the second one just above SF465 K2, I guess these are pin diodes used as transmit/receive switch. My second guess is that the UDF is the power amplifier and the SMD transistor just below is the driver. Just guessing but think it's pretty close ::)
  11. Take another picture (If possible closer) in the area of the shiny thing marked SF465 K2 and the black square component below it, there is 4 air wound coils in that area too. Can you read the marking on the square component with 4 legs?
  12. These torx heads are quite common but there's some heads that are especially made for screw driver wizards ;D they are a real pain if you don't got right tools. Well, why not take a snap shot of both sides of the pcb I've always been curious about how they look like inside.
  13. 65ShelbyClone I guess we need a schematic to be able to investigate if it is possible to increase the power, we don't know if they use transistors or a PA module. The only thing I know about these radios is that the frequency they cover can be changed on some models Would be interesting to see a schematic on one of these :) oldgrandpainmi I'll look out for you on the bands :)
  14. That's the whole truth oldgrandpainmi :) Use of an external antenna with higher gain is probably the easiest way to increase the range. If the antenna connector on these radios is BNC or TNC it's easy to make something that fit, to increase the transmitting power you need to dig into the radio and as oldgrandpainmi said you could do something that FCC don't like ;D Number of batterys, driver and power amp transistor will set the maximum power you can get from your radios, to increase the power you probably have to replace the power amplifier transistor and modify the output circuit which match the antenna impedance so it is not that easy 65ShelbyClone they might even use a small pa module as power amplifier. oldgrandpainmi what is your call sign?
  15. HI felto! Sad to hear that the replacement didn't solve your problem but what do you mean by squelching noise?
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