Boosting the output power of low power FM broadcast band exciters is the goal of the project which was based on Motorola MRF171A MOSFET.
This project uses an ATmega8 microcontroller in order to create a WiFi Internet Radio that can be tuned in online stations as it removes the limits of location.
The project creates a RFID tag emulator that can be connected to a computer through the RS232 port for emulation.
The project aims to develop an FM stereo broadcaster by overcoming the low modulation of the little iPod FM transmitters that are mostly used in the car and the poor frequency control of the Ramsey-10C.
The project is known as WiSPCaR or Wi-Fi Station Power Controller and Reporter which is based on a small PIC12F510 microcontroller.
The project consists of an old bipolar stepper motor, an ultrasonic range sensor, and a PIC18F4550 microcontroller that will be used to develop the US2B Radar.
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