Frequency modulation, Electrical Engineering

1. Frequency Modulation theory and its explanation

2. FM transmitter schematic, tests results and measurements

3. Amplifier and Oscillator circuit explanation and calculation

4. What is the range of the FM transmitter and how you will increase the range of the transmitter?

5. What would be the effect of antenna type and length on the quality and transmitter range?

6. What would be the effect of supply voltage, weather condition, elevation above the ground, line of sight?

7. Support your test with the pictures and measurements.

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