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433 Mhz RF Transistor

Posted on 2008-11-07
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hello All

I'm about to develop an RF transmitter at 433 Mhz something similar to the below link.

Anyhow dont get confused with the link. I just want to know a list of transistors that would work at 433 Mhz. Hope I'm clear.

Question by:ArunKishESSDI
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There are a huge number of transistor that can do the job, you may check the following list in digikey.



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