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#1 Scouting Project For YearsTunes entire 550 to 1600 KHz AM band
Operates on 9 to 12 VDC, includes case set
Standard line level input with RCA phono jack
100 mW output. Range up to ¼ mile under optimum conditions
The AM1 is a great first kit, and a fine low power AM broadcaster for the hobbyist on a budget. It’s a great way to learn the basics of AM broadcast technology, not to mention basic soldering and component identification (if you’re a beginner!) The transmitter can be tuned to broadcast anywhere in the AM band (550 to 1600 kHz). Setting frequency is simple - tune a nearby AM radio to the desired frequency, then adjust the AM1 coil to match the radio. With 100 mW of output power, range can be up to ¼ mile. The AM1 has been used by Scout camps, churches, schools, and other organizations to provide easy and low cost communications.
User Manual in PDF