Walky-talky without using inductor or coil

Walky-talky in this website is world 1st verified walky-talky project without using coil. Walky talky is very interesting and attain grabbing project for electronics hobbyist. Communication is done without any physical connection and mobile network up range of 500 meter. Almost all communication devices utilize coil which is burden for electronics hobbyist. So, we design this circuit without using any coil.

Circuit Descriptions of walky-talky

The entire circuit of walky-talky is divided into two main section transmitter and receiver section.

Transmitter section:- Transmitter section utilize  IC NE566 (IC4) as VCO (Voltage Control Oscillator) for generating frequency about 30 KHz. Resistor R24 with Capacitor C24 used as frequency components for frequencies determination. Voice is pick-up by mike (MIC1) and changed it into equivalent electrical signal. Signal from microphone is amplified by transistor T4 and given to pin no 5 0f IC4. NAND gate N1 with crystal oscillator XT4 finalizes the output from pin 3 of IC3. Lastly, signal from NAND N2 through N3 and N4 given to antenna for transmission.

Receiver section: - Transmitted signal from another walky-talky is received from same antenna which is used for transmission. Field effect transistor T1 boosts the received signal and make more powerful and send to amplifier section made from transistor T2 and T3 with crystal oscillator XT1 through XT3. Detector section is made from diode D1, Capacitor C6 and resistor R12. 30 KHz frequency is obtained from detector section.

Frequency of Phase Locked Loop IC NE565 (IC1) is adjusted by capacitor C9, resistor R17 and variable resistor VR1. Amplifier IC LM386 (IC2) is used to amplify the signal and given to speaker.

PARTS LIST

Resistors (all ¼-watt, ± 5% Carbon)

R1 = 47 KΩ

R2 = 100 Ω

R3, R4, R11, R27 = 2.2 KΩ

R5 = 330 KΩ

R6, R10 = 560 Ω

R7 = 1 KΩ

R8 = 220 KΩ

R9 = 100 Ω

R12, R15, R16 = 4.7 KΩ

R13, R31 = 10 KΩ

R14 = 15 KΩ

R17 = 1.8 KΩ

R18 = 1.2 KΩ

R19 = 1 KΩ

R20 = 4.7 Ω

R21, R22 = 100 KΩ

R23 = 120 KΩ

R24 = 5.6 KΩ

R25 = 22 KΩ

R26 = 150 KΩ

R28 = 330 Ω

R29 = 220 KΩ

R30 = 47 KΩ

VR1 = 4.7 KΩ

VR2 = 22 KΩ

Capacitors

C1, C6, C10, C24 = 1 KpF

C2, C4, C5 = 47 KpF

C3 = 20 KpF

C7, C9, C23= 2.2 KpF

C8 = 4.7 µF/16V

C11 = 22 KpF

C12, C16 = 0.1 µF

C13 = 2.2 µF/16 V

C14, C19, C25, C26 = 0.22 µF

C15 = 10 µF/16V

C17 = 220 µF/16V

C18, C20 = 10 KpF

C21, C22 = 68 pF

C27 = 1000 µF/16V

C28 = 10 µF/16V

Semiconductors

IC1 = NE565 (Phase Lock IC)

IC2 = LM386 (Amplifier IC)

IC3 = CD4011 (Quad 2-input NAND Gate IC)

IC4 = LM566 (Voltage Controlled Oscillator)

IC5 = LM7812 (Voltage Regulator)

T1 = BFW10

T2, T3 = BF194

T4 = BC148

D1 = 1N4148

Miscellaneous

XT1 – XT4 = 10.7 MHz crystal

SW1 = Single pole double throw switch

LS1 = 8Ω speaker

MIC1 = Condenser microphone

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Comments

  1. Archanagond412 says:

    thanks sir…….

  2. Mahesh kunwar says:

    is this correct ckt?

  3. what is the range of the circuit

  4. rahulkushwaha says:

    tell me range sir

  5. Hi ..
    It’s interesting circuits but I’m wondering about the interference effect to public FM radio receiver, since it’s use 10,7 Mhz Frequency carrier ..
    Is there any info regarding this ?

    BR//Tatang

    • Here we are using the Intermediate frequency band with frequency 10.7 Mhz for transmission and the public FM in most countries uses VHF band for FM broadcasting , So it should not be a problem in most countries.
      The Frequency is also used by some Satellite and FM broadcasters in some few places ( Which I haven’t heard of till now) .
      But I suggest to make sure that the frequency 10.7 mhz is not used by any other broadcaster in your place before building this project.

  6. sir please give your email id

  7. prathamesh says:

    wats the range of thi walky talky sir

  8. Sattwik Jana says:

    i like this project

  9. what is the use of nand Ic???…and if you have circuit explanation please provide us….

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