How to test r/c transmitter for 27 & 49mhz using am or fm radio s
Which radio station -am or fm & which station or frequency one can use to see if transmitter is sending signal? It should make a high pitch noise over am fm radio station when toggle swithces are moved.
Re: How to test r/c transmitter for 27 & 49mhz using am...
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What's the make & model of the radio?
Most DAB/FM radios work from the same antenna, so if you receive FM stations, you should receive DAB stations in your area.
It should be noted that DAB transmitters work on lower power than conventional FM transmitters, and so you may be in a weak reception area (for DAB). It should also be noted that DAB uses different frequencies than regular FM stations and household appliances such as laptops,WiFi, microwave ovens, etc can affect DAb reception.
There is no 87.5 on your radio so that frequency won't work -- you have to pick another frequency. Find an open frequency on the radio you want to transmit to. Then use the up/down buttons on the right to tune the iWave to the same frequency. That should do it. If you want to save that frequency on your iWave you press and hold the round button at the center bottom of the unit. The left/right arrow button on either side of the round button can be used to click through your saved frequencies. It's not very complicated, but it baffles me that they include no instructions whatsoever with this unit. Otherwise, it works pretty well.
1. Press the menu button(green) 2. down arrow once - (a picture of a speaker should appear with sound written vertically next to it) 3. Right arrow once (selects the sound menu) 4. Down arrow till you see FM transmitter (down arrow 4 times on my TV. If you don't see the FM transmitter option in the menu then upgrade your TV to the latest software (details at the end of this help file) 5. Right arrow to get into the FM transmitter menu 6. select the "FM transmitter: off" line and turn it on (FM transmitter : on) 7. Change the frequency to to one that is not used by a radio station or has interference noise (get a radio and tune it till you hear the choosh sound with no beeping or clicking from lightning - then set the tv fm transmitter to that frequency using the up and down arrow keys and enter. 8. You should here your tv sound comming through the radio even if the tv sound is off.
If you need to upgrade your tv software then: 1. format a usb stick 2. download firmware.exe from" http://www.samsung.com/za/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/lcd-tv/LA32C530F1RXXA/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail&tab=support 3. click on firmware 4. click on "Upgrade File(USB type)" and download it to your usb stick 5. when the download is complete double click on the file and extract it to the usb stick. 6. eject the usb stick. 7. plug it into your TV and slelect software upgrade when prompted - I didn't loose any settings even though it warns you that you will (samsung are just covering themselves)
Car cradle works "wirelessly" with Car Radio (inherent design of unit). Place Unit in Cradle; connect Cradle to Auto Power Source, and SkyFi3 should power on. Press Menu to Get FM Radio station channels; select a lower station Channel Frequency i.e. 88.3 or any vacant channel number and the signal should transfer to your Radio speakers automatically. You can change Station frequencies as often as you need to do so--for example if traveling through different broadcast areas, some channels frequencies are clearer than others.
Yes, You will need to purchase a device called an FM transmitter, it plugs into the headphone jack and transmits the sound to your FM radio. The transmitter will have station settings, you just find a radio frequency that does not have a station in your area, set the transmitter to that and tune your radio to the same frequency. You can get the transmitters from Walmart electronics dept, Target, Sears, Amazon.com, Radio Shack and most other electronics retailers. The transmitters run about $12-20 and can be battery powered or plug into your car power outlet. Go to google.com and do a search for "MP3 FM transmitter" and you will see what they look like.
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I didn't think this unit had an included FM transmitter - so I looked around for more info, and everything I've found indicates it does not.
It will however play audio via the built-in speaker or headphone jack. Use of a third party FM transmitter will allow playing audio (navigation, alerts, MP3 or audio books) when connected to the headphone jack and with both the FM transmitter and FM radio set to the same frequency.
The FM transmitter will work best when set to a frequency that is unused and has the least amount of interference from adjacent stations. Check by tuning the car radio across the FM band and note frequencies that have those qualities. Leave the radio on one of the clear frequencies and set the FM transmitter to the same displayed on the radio. You should try several to find the one that works best. Also, be aware that as you travel, you may enter an area where that frequency (or one close by) is in use by a broadcaster. This will require repeating the process as needed to reduce interference.
At the main menu press settings
press FM Transmitter
Turn transmitter on by pressing off. Will change to On
Press the Frequency button. Than change the frequency to one that doesnt have a radio station.
All sounds from the GPS will now be transmitted to the frequency set. Make sure your FM radio is set to the same frequency.
With my one vehicle this option does not work very well & is full of static because my radio entenna is at the rear of the car. The GPS only transmits a couple of feet.
No, unfortunately ther is no way to get the unit to use your car speakers. To do this, the unit would have to have an FM transmitter or be able to connect to one. It does not have this capability. Sorry.