Author Topic: 13.587 or 8.670 kHz generator  (Read 13131 times)

mimu

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13.587 or 8.670 kHz generator
« on: November 22, 2020, 11:18:54 am »
Hello.
Does anyone knows a device for generating a 13.587 (or 8.670) kHz sine signal for setting the deviation on a fm transmitter with the carrirer null (Bessel) method?
Perhaps with additional modulated 10.7 MHz output?

Thank you.

Jan

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Re: 13.587 or 8.670 kHz generator
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2020, 11:59:06 am »
Usually you don't need any special equipment, just a PC with sound output and some free sine generator.

I got an idea now that this can be implemented into the FM Scope as well.

BessieSims

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Re: 13.587 or 8.670 kHz generator
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2023, 10:28:28 am »
Hello.
Does anyone knows a device for generating a 13.587 (or 8.670) kHz sine signal for setting the deviation on a fm transmitter with the carrirer null (Bessel) method?
Perhaps with additional modulated 10.7 MHz output?

Thank you.
If you need to generate a 13.587 kHz sine signal and a modulated 10.7 MHz output, you may need to use specialized devices like an SDR or combine the outputs of separate signal generators or oscillators. The specific device you choose will depend on your requirements and budget.