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N134 all comes back to 1n34 datasheet the receiver right with all parts as specified, then you can start experimenting with buzzers as earphones or using other diodes, etc. In reponse to comment: A buzzer is made to work specifically at a 1n34 datasheet frequency.
According to that site, you will need a bias current 1n34 datasheet most schottky diodes to get good performance. It may well be the diode that is causing problems.
How did I miss that? The 1N is made for lower frequencies and higher currents than a signal diode.
1N34 (MCC) – 65 Volt Germanium Diode
Sign up using Email and Password. Andy aka k 9 It is completely possible that another part of my circuit 1n34 datasheet to blame, I just want to rule out the diode. I heard no sound from it through a piezo buzzer 1n34 datasheet against my ear and figured it was maybe because of the diode, so I looked around for the datasheet for the 1N34A to read its characteristics.
Here’s link to a site about crystal radios with some hints about schottky diodes: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. How well it will do anything else 1n34 datasheet anybody’s guess. From my own experience in building crystal radios, you would be well advised to build the first one using exactly the parts recommended and exactly the 1n34 datasheet of someone who has built one successfully. As you can see from this diagram from here, The 1N34A will conduct 0.
The 1N34A will conduct 0. It lists Vf as 1V at 5mA. You need the crystal earphone to avoid loading the tuning circuit and to keep the Vf low enough for the diode to demodulate the signal. Get it working 1n34 datasheet, first, though. Isn’t a crystal earpiece just a piezo buzzer?
This ties back in to what I said about building the first one right with all the right parts. 1n34 datasheet you mention temperature. They are finicky enough that even slight variations will cause a 1n34 datasheet – substituting parts is just asking for trouble.
Datassheet wanted to build one again recently and all I had a was a Schottky diode with a 1n34 datasheet of around 0. Datassheet again for your replies.
The 1N34A conducts much smaller currents with a lower 1n34 datasheet. They both use a piece of piezoelectric crystal to work. MichaelK 2 It is my understanding that Ge diodes were the choice for crystal sets because their low Vf does not 1n34 datasheet the tuned circuit.
Whether and how datasyeet it works at other audio frequencies is anybody’s guess. Try locating an actual crystal earpiece and give it a go. Thank you for your answer and the 1n34 datasheet about 1n34 datasheet I need a low Vf and crystal earpiece. My biggest problem when building one as a kid was that we lived so far 1n34 datasheet from any transmitter that you pretty much had to get everything perfect and have a good antenna in order to pickup anything at all.
Would this still be ratasheet suitable replacement for a Ge 1n34 datasheet Being a kid, of course, meant that I never got things really good enough.