D.I.Y. That's right do-it-yourself! build this kit to assemble a monophonic FM receiver (88-108mhz) with 2 IC Chips
Develop an understanding of the functions of electronics, ICs, and Radios and modern radio functionality
25W soldering iron with stand - Wire cutters - safely glasses - lead free solder (99.3% tin, 0.7% Copper. 5ft @ 0.031" diameter)
Ideal for use in labs, service shops, schools (STEM - steam), home and industry
Before there was the Maker movement, there was Elenco and "learn by doing". Elenco strives for quality with value to make their products available for everyone.
Build your own FM radio from PCB to soldering to finished, functioning radio receiver. All tools and solder needed to complete the job are included including: Wire cutters, safety goggles, lead free solder and of course a 25 watt soldering iron. The result is a monophonic FM (Frequency modulation) receiver designed to receive FM signals in the Frequency range (88-108mhz) it uses electronic auto-scan to search for FM stations. This scan system is done with two button switches-one switch scans up, the other resets to the start of the tuning position.
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