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We have already seen a block diagram of the Jupiter radio receiver which shows the radio as a group of functional blocks connected together While this type of diagram does not show individual components like resistors and capacitors, it is useful in understanding signal flow and the various functions performed within the radio The next level of detail is the schematic diagram A schematic is used to represent the wiring connections between all of the components which make up a circuit The schematic diagram uses symbols for each of the different components rather than pictures of what the components actually look like A schematic diagram of the complete receiver is seen in Figure 22-4 On this schematic, the part types are numbered sequentially For example, inductors are denoted L1 through L7, and resistors are denoted R1 through R31 Signal flow as shown in the schematic is as follows The signal from the antenna connector (J2) is coupled to a resonant circuit (bandpass filter L1, C2, C3) and then to the J-310 transistor (Q1), where it
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Twenty-two: Jupiter Radio Telescope Receiver
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Figure 22-4 Radio Jupiter receiver schematic
Twenty-two: Jupiter Radio Telescope Receiver
Table 22-1
Resistor color code chart
Color Band Black Brown Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Violet Gray White Gold Silver No color 1st Digit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2nd Digit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Multiplier 1 10 100 1,000 (K) 10,000 100,000 1,000,000 (M) 10,000,000 100,000,000 1,000,000,000 01 001 5% 10% 20% 1% 2% 3% 4% Tolerance
gray, which is the digit number eight (8) and the third color band is the resistor s multiplier value which is black and this suggests a multiplier value of 1 So the resistor value for R1 is (6) times (8) times (1) or 68 ohms The tolerance value of a resistor is noted in the fourth color band A fourth color band which is silver is a 10% tolerance resistor, while a gold fourth band denotes a 5% tolerance value If there is no fourth color band then the resistor will have a 20% tolerance value Next, locate R2, R3 and R4, then check your parts layout diagram and the schematic to see where these resistors are to be placed on the circuit board Once you verify where the resistors are placed, you can install these resistors on the circuit board and solder them in place on the board Now locate your end-cutter and trim the excess component leads Cut the extra component lead lengths flush to the edge of the circuit board Now go ahead and identify another group of three or four resistors and place them on the circuit board Once you are sure of their respective locations you can solder the next grouping of resistors onto the circuit board, remember to trim the excess component leads from the board Place all the remaining resistors on the circuit board and solder them all in place, trim the extra leads as necessary Now we will move on to installing the capacitors for the Radio Jupiter receiver project Capacitors come in
two major flavors, non-polarized and polarized types First, we will talk about non-polarized capacitors Usually non-polarized capacitors are smaller value types which could take form as ceramic disks, mica, tantalum or polyester types Often the capacitors are small in size and frequently the capacitor values are printed as threedigit codes rather than their actual values, since this code system takes less space to print We have included a chart in Table 22-2, which lists the actual capacitor values and their respective codes For example, a capacitor with a value of 001 F will have a code designation of 102, a 01 F capacitor will have 103 and a 01 F capacitor will have a code of 104 marked on it The Radio Jupiter project has a number of nonpolarized type capacitors which you will need to install Take a look through the component pile and see if you can identify the small non-polar capacitors before attempting to install them on the PC board Polarized capacitors are called electrolytic capacitors, they are often larger in physical size Electrolytic capacitors will always have some sort of polarity marking on them You will see either a black or white band or a plus (+) or minus ( ) marking somewhere on the capacitor body It is very important that you install these types of capacitors with respect to their polarity in order for the circuit to work properly and to not be damaged upon power-up You will need to refer to the
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