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Entry Level AM Radio Transmitter Kit

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by George Kooper, Dec 8, 2003.

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  1. subject: Entry Level AM Radio Transmitter Kit
    I have found an
    AM1C - Entry Level AM Radio Transmitter Kit being sold at Ramsey
    Electronics via internet.

    Functionally it seems what I need, but the word "Kit" scares me. I am
    not looking to solder anything. Anybody knows where to get similar
    item but already assembled and ready to use.
  2. Almost all the kits that I have seen, requires some assembly,
    soldering, and basic electronics type skills. It is rare in
    electronics that there are kits that do not require skills to put them
    together. This is why it is called a "KIT". If it did not require
    assembly, then it would not be a kit...???

    Why not call around to some of the tech schools, and see if there are
    any students that would put the kit together for you, for a few

    Jerry Greenberg
  3. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    Actually, Ramsey also sells a number of their kits in assembled and
    tested form.
    Be advised that their kits are rather expensive, with the following
    mitigating factors: 1) do not have to buy excess parts (some may be
    available in only groups of 10 thru DigiKey), 2) do not have to make a
    PCB or wire-wrap the circuit, good learning experience (if have that
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