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network booster

  This network booster work basic low frequency to high  frequency It is very easy work  frequency of  850mhz, 900mhz, 1200mhz, 1600mhz, 1800mhz, 1900mhz, 2100mhz 2400mhz                                                   cable max 50 ft 18 swg 5 sm copper other 1 sm copper                                                                                                              ant 1 ft any tv other ant                                               support mobile Nokia, Htc, MI, Micromax, Microsoft, Samsung                                                                   EXT...                                        other dives Tv, Fm, Dongel, Am ext.. 

Make very easy inverter

It is very easy circuit Use transistor npn BC547       pnp BC557 bipolara npn H13003 Use capasistor 100uF Use resistor 10K ohms

Make very simple amplifire

Make very simple amplifire Use Resistor - 4.7K ohms - 22K ohms Use capacitor - 47uF - 100uF Transistor - BC547 - 2N3055 35W An  amplifier  is an electronic device that increases the voltage, current, or power of a signal.  Amplifiers are  used in wireless communications and broadcasting, and in audio equipment of all kinds. They  can  be categorized as either weak-signal  amplifiers  or power  amplifiers . The power  amplifier works  on the basic principle of converting the DC power drawn from the power supply into an AC voltage signal delivered to the load. Although the amplification is high the efficiency of the conversion from the DC power supply input to the AC voltage signal output is usually poor. Amplifiers  are usually designed to function well in a specific application, for  example : radio and television transmitters and receivers, high-fidelity ("hi-fi") stereo