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22 Radio and Receiver Projects for the Evil Genius

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MORE THAN JUST SLIGHTLY EVIL:SAFE, INEXPENSIVE,EDUCATIONAL . . . AND FUN!22 Radio and Receiver Projects for the Evil Genius features a uniquecollection of projects that teach you radio and electronicsessentials such as the radio spectrum, how to read schematics,and how to solder. After each project is completed, you canenjoy listening to and using their new receiver.

This title is more than slightly evil: safe, inexpensive, educational...and fun! "22 Radio and Receiver Projects for the Evil Genius" features a unique collection of projects that teach you radio and electronics essentials such as the radio spectrum, how to read schematics, and how to solder. After each project is completed, you can enjoy listening to and using their new receiver.

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Description: MORE THAN JUST SLIGHTLY EVIL: SAFE, INEXPENSIVE, EDUCATIONAL . . . AND FUN!22 Radio and Receiver Projects for the Evil Genius features a unique collection of projects that teach you radio and electronics essentials such as the radio spectrum, how to read schematics, and how to solder. After each project is completed, you can enjoy listening to and using their new receiver.* Projects include: FM radios, aircraft radios,VHF ham radio receivers,VHF public service radio, old-time radio tubes, shortwave receivers, and free energy receivers* Covers early radio models such as crystal radio as well as more contemporary options* Appeals to skill levels from novice to advancedAbout the AuthorTom Petruzzellis (Vestal, NY) is an electronics engineer with 30 years' experience, currently working with the geophysical field equipment department at the State University of New York - Binghamton. He is also an instructor there. Tom has written extensively for industry publications, including Electronics Now, Modern Electronics, QST, Microcomputer Journal, and Nuts & Volts. He is the author of five earlier books: Electronic Sensors for the Evil Genius, Electronic Games for the Evil Genius, Build Your Own Electronics Workshop; STAMP 2 Communications and Control Projects; Optoelectronics, Fiber Optics, and Laser Cookbook, and Alarm, Sensor, and Security Cookbook, all from McGraw-Hill. CONTENTSAcknowledgmentsIntroduction 1 Radio Background and History 2 Identifying Components and Reading Schematics 3 Electronic Parts Installation and Soldering 4 AM, FM, and Shortwave Crystal Radio Projects 5 TRF AM Radio Receiver 6 Solid-State FM Broadcast Receiver 7 Doerle Single Tube Super-Regenerative Radio Receiver 8 IC Shortwave Radio Receiver 9 80/40 Meter Code Practice Receiver10 WWV 10 MHz "Time-Code" Receiver11 VHF Public Service Monitor (Action-Band) Receiver12 6 & 2-Meter Band Amateur Radio Receiver13 Active and Passive Aircraft Band Receivers14 VLF or Very Low Frequency Radio Receiver15 Induction Loop Receiving System16 Lightning Storm Monitor17 Ambient Power Receiver18 Earth Field Magnetometer Project19 Sudden Ionospheric Disturbance (SIDs) Receiver20 Aurora Monitor Project21 Ultra-Low Frequency (ULF) Receiver22 Jupiter Radio Telescope Receiver23 Weather Satellite Receiver24 Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs)Appendix: Electronic Parts SuppliersIndex