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A Easy to Build 555 FM or AM radio Receiver  Rating:  Rating
 Posted: Aug 28th, 2012 12:52 PM
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Hi all.
a 555 AM/FM Radio Project required with step by step video.

Does anyone know of a easy step by step Video using the Breadboard PCB to make a AM/FM 555 Radio Receiver.

If so can someone post a link please, i scanned YouTube and Google, but only found video where they was already built and being tested in a demo.

I new to electronics, and have brought £100s of pound of Electronic compositors, diodes, Resistors, Boards, LEDs Soldering Iron ect,ect to learn how to build such Projects, So if anyone can help i be great-full.

Video must show a Step by Step construction of the radio parts being assembled and easy to follow.

Something like this image below, shame no video on how to build it .lol
thanks steve


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Last edited on Aug 28th, 2012 12:57 PM by steve

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 Posted: Jan 14th, 2013 10:39 AM
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Hope you are still interested in such a project.

Here's what seems to be a good tutorial, video and circuit diagram for a 555 based radio:

Alternatively you could build a crystal type at first, at least to explore various aerials, reception strengths of your local stations etc:
Once that works well, then you'd know the AM side of any future project would have a better chance of running as you wish.

And onward could be experiments with changing coil lengths, tuning to unused areas of the dial or building to actually avoid radio reception, for EVP or other experiments.

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