Thanks Lefty. Ill take a look at that. I have no intentions for using this project for any type of malicious attack or illegal conduct. its simply something I've been interested in and what better motivation to work on something I'm interested in than seniors project.
I am aware of the ground at the antenna problem. My question is with the overall concept of the schematic.Is to broadcast frequencies across the entire bandwidth of the monolithic amplifier we bought. Another idea i had was to have a square/triangle wave feed into the mixer instead of the input antenna. I am not familiar enough with the output of the mixer but the idea is to block all frequencies. The professor seems to feel the input antenna would mostly pick up the signal from our own output antenna and not surrounding signals.
I am doing my senior project now and finally finished designing the circuit, but my professor told me that it wouldn't work but didn't say why, and I have spent a couple hours looking it over with no luck. Can someone tell me if this would work? And if not, why?
I did eventually test it today. And came to the conclusion that they are NC switches, with help from the netduino community and cyclegadget, I have removed the buttons from the board.Now I need to figure out how to connect them to my n+/arduino(I havent deceived which I'll use) via a reed relay. Any suggestions?