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    Ralph Spracklin
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    I have a Telefunken/AEG Radio that covers the range of 97.5 MHz up to 100.0 MHz. Which was the norm for German and UK Radios of this period. However it must be a little bit off, meaning it’s already overlapping very close to 103.0 MHz, as I can pick up Station 100.3 FM but is very weak, to say the least, and I cannot fine tune it to the proper frequency using the main tuning dial. This also means that there is already a little overlapping as to the intended design capabilities of the set. As I said, this is a FM Station, and which I listen to in my truck and on other FM Radios. I want to fine tune it to receive this station, and if indeed this can be easily achieved, I would like to extend the range just a touch or even up to 104.0 MHz. I don’t want to mess around with the RF Oscillator too much, as I may throw-out the dial alignment to some degree. It would, still however lie within the normal FM range of frequencies, used here in North America. Is there any other good reason, not to go there.

    I also hope that I am not extending my own privileges here on this site.

    Ralph

    #18245
    Ralph Spracklin
    CVRS Member

    FM Radio Frequency Expanders
    Having researched this further, I have found that one can find dozens, if not hundreds of such expanders to use on Foreign automobile radios. However I cannot seem to find one for use on a regular household radio. Does anyone know how much trouble it would be to adapt an Automobile Extender to work on a household radio.

    Ralph

    #18246
    Ralph Spracklin
    CVRS Member

    FM Radio Frequency Expanders
    Having researched this further, I have found that one can find dozens, if not hundreds of such expanders to use on Foreign automobile radios. However I cannot seem to find one for use on a regular household radio. Does anyone know how much trouble it would be to adapt an Automobile Extender to work on a household radio.

    Ralph

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