sensor monitor

I'm a beginner in electronics that's why I find many problems I think use a sa602 chip with"calpp osscillator " , to achieve a variable frequency oscillator between 100 and 160 mhz for a humidity sensor with this configuration Is it the right choice to use the SA602 chip? Thank you for any help

by rahma
July 11, 2018
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Answer by mikerogerswsm

You could indeed use an SA602 to make a Clapp oscillator running at 100-150 MHz. I am surprised that a "beginner in electronics" chooses such a difficult project, there is much to learn. Read up on RF circuits and take care to keep your sensor away from warmth which would affect its accuracy.

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by mikerogerswsm
July 11, 2018
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