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DCF77 Preamplifier

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A popular project among microcontroller aficionados is to build a radio-controlled clock. Tiny receiver boards are available, with a pre-adjusted ferrite antenna, that receive and demodulate the DCF77 time signal broadcast from Mainf lingen in Germany. DCF77 has a range of about 1,000 miles. All the microcontroller need do is… Read more »

Electric Guitar Violin Preamplifier

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Magnetic pick-ups in musical instruments have a relatively high output impedance. This can result in a reduction in treble response when connected via a long cable run or to equipment with a low input impedance. This preamplifier provides a high input impedance and a low impedance output, solving both issues…. Read more »

Electric Guitar/Violin Preamplifier

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Magnetic pick-ups in musical instruments have a relatively high output impedance. This can result in a reduction in treble response when connected via a long cable run or to equipment with a low input impedance. This preamplifier provides a high input impedance and a low impedance output, solving both issues…. Read more »

Simple Preamplifier for Microphones & Tape Heads

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This circuit consists of a single transistor as amplifier and it gives a nice amplification to weakest and unipolar signals for feeding to a real amplifier. The center of this circuit is a BC547 OR BC548 transistor and the rest of the circuit is few resistors, and capacitors. The diagram… Read more »

Simple MD Catridge Preamplifier

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Phonographs are gradually becoming a rarity. Most of them have had to yield to more advanced systems, such as CD players and recorders or (portable) MiniDisc player/recorders. This trend is recognized by manufacturers of audio installations, which means that the traditional phono input is missing on increasingly more systems. Hi-fi… Read more »