This%20is%20probably%20something%20that%20you%20wouldn’t%20want%20kids%20to%20read%20about,%20but%20it’s%20still%20cool%20nonetheless.%20Lucid%20Science%20is%20giving%20ideas%20on%20spy%20gadgets%20once%20again,%20and%20this%20time%20its%20a%20tiny%20FM%20transmitter.%20The%20unit%20demonstrated%20was%20slightly%20larger%20than%20the%20one%20pictured%20here,%20as%20it%20was%20powered%20by%20a%209-volt%20battery.%20The%20design%20offers%20a%20microphone,%20two%20transistors,%20enameled%20wire%20for%20the%20coil,%20along%20with%20various%20resistors,%20capacitors%20and%20a%20potentiometer.%20The%20result%20is%20a%20device%20that%20can%20transmit%20a%20clear%20audio%20signal%20that%20you%20can%20easily%20pick%20up%20using%20a%20standard%20FM%20radio.%20Of%20course,%20if%20you%20happen%20to%20have%20kids%20in%20the%20house%20and%20they%20read%20this,%20you’ll%20probably%20end%20up%20being%20paranoid%20of%20your%20room%20being%20bugged%20for%20a%20long%20while.” target=_blank>tiny FM transmitter. The unit is powered by a 9-volt battery. The design offers a microphone, two transistors, enameled wire for the coil, along with various resistors, capacitors and a potentiometer. The result is a device that can transmit a clear audio signal that you can easily pick up using a standard FM radio. Of course, if you happen to have kids in the house and they read this, you’ll probably end up being paranoid of your room being bugged for a long while.
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