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    A very simple and cheap tv antenna amplifier circuit built with BF961 a N–Channel Dual Gate MOS common transistor used for input and mixer stages especially for FM- and VHF TV-tuners up to 300 MHz.

    L1 = L2 = 5turns / 0.8mm Ø / 5mm Ø / the second turn from ground.
    This tv antenna amplifier can be used even as an fm receiver amplifier because it has a wideband amplification, so if you don’t use it for the tv set you can receive your favorite radio stations in better conditions.

    TV Antenna Amp Circuit Diagram

    tv antenna amplifier circuit diagram

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    19 Responses to "TV Antenna Amplifier Circuit"

    1. very good

    2. Hossein says: on May 8, 2009 at 6:35 pm

      very very GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD

      • Hi Hossein,did you built the above project? Care to share some video or pic of the project?I need to see the outcome before doing this project.Thanks

    3. Can use for UHF?

    4. i’m searching for communication project….
      any one know any good web site????

    5. Can you please make your schmatic diagram very bold and clear.thanks i really love this site

    6. Is this work?? Or its just a waste of time? kindly reply me on my email add: rocknjulius@yahoo.com.. thanks guys..

    7. give more description about L1 and L2

    8. what is the input wattage and db.gain

    9. stephen onsando says: on February 16, 2011 at 12:59 pm

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    10. l1 1 uH
      L2 150uH

    11. U VCC 12V

    12. Musa Shuaibu Opaluwa says: on June 28, 2011 at 8:27 am

      Please, how do I identify the gates of the MOS? I’m trying to embark on it, help me out please.

    13. Albert Palacio says: on August 8, 2011 at 5:21 pm

      can you post a pictorial diagram on your TV antenna AMP tnx

    14. HOW TO EARTH IT>>>>ITS BURN IN RAINI WEATHER????

      • This circuit is subject to failure from electrostatic discharge. A lightning strike that sometimes accompanies rain could easily do this, and it does not even have to a close hit.

        Perhaps anti-parallel diodes (1N4148) connected gate to ground would offer protection. That would add 4pf each for a total of 8pf. Using (4) diodes in series parallel would drop this shunt capacitance to 4pf. The 6-25pf trimmer would need readjustment to compensate for the added capacitance.

    15. where is the materials list of this schematic diaram so i can built one.

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