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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
UA3089PC ASAP Semiconductor FSC Not Provided FM IF DETECTOR AUDIO PRAMP DIP16
TA31136FNG(EL) National Microchip Toshiba Not Provided IC DETECTOR FM IF TELEPH 16-SSOP
FMUDK10 PLC Radwell Peco Sensors & Switches, Double Sheet Detector DOUBLE SHEET DETECTOR MODEL FM 10WATTS 117VAC
U829B ASAP Semiconductor Dachs Not Provided C.INT. U-829-B (AMPLIFICADOR FI/FM DETECTOR) TFK.
NTE1257 RS Electronics NTE Not Provided Semiconductor, linear IC, television sound, package:14 DIP, FM IF detector, VCC:N/A.
NTE1162 RS Electronics NTE Not Provided Semiconductor, linear IC, television sound IF amplifier and FM detector, package:14 DIP, VCC:11.2V.
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  • Automotive FM Diversity Systems, Part II: Analog Systems (.pdf)
    is illustrated in Fig. 4. The resulting. AM modulating signal. When y 2 lags y1 as in Fig. 2b,. PM is detected by the FM receiver thus producing a. the phase change in the sum has the opposite polarity to. signal at the FM detector output that is equal in. the AM modulating signal. The final case
  • Selecting a Flame Detector
    Temperature. -40 to +175 deg F;. -40 to +80 deg C. Yes—Neural Network. Self-Diagnostics. Intelligence; Continuous. Optical Path Monitoring. Communications. HART, Modbus. FM, CSA, ULC, CE Marking,. Approvals. ATEX, SIL 3 Suitable,. certified to IEC 61508 by FM. 5. General Monitors: 26776 Simpatica Circle
  • Gas Leak Detector-Application Note: COMPRESSOR STATIONS
    m/60 ft radius). of the gas to the sensor. They are thus suited for. outdoor installations and indoor spaces with high. Senssonic™ self test technology, which ensures failsafe operation. ventilation rates. HART and ModBus digital communications. Hazardous area certification: ATEX, CSA, C-UL, FM
  • Gas Sensor Placement Guidelines (.pdf)
    published by. ISA, NFPA, UL, FM or other agencies that. tell users where or how many gas sensors. Ammonia. Lighter. to use. 1 Each gas leak possibility must be. Butane. Heavier. evaluated as a unique problem to assess. Carbon Dioxide. Heavier. the risk to people and property. The. object of monitoring
  • Medical Device Link .
    : An extra-low-frequency (ELF) magnetic continuous wave (CW) system operating at 219 Hz. A voice-frequency magnetic CW system operating at 535.7 Hz. Three low-frequency pulsed magnetic systems operating at 58 KHz. Three frequency-modulated (FM) swept RF systems operating between 1.8 and 2.1 MHz
  • Infrared Thermometry Understanding and using the Infrared Thermometer (.pdf)
    , selection. owaves. ed. oadcast. oadcast;. ed. Longwave. Radio. AM Radio. Br. Shortwave. Radio. FM Radio. Br. T. elevision. Micr. Radar. Infrar. Visible. Light. Ultraviolet. X-Rays. α. -Rays owaves. of the optimum portion of the spectrum is. oadcast. oadcast;. α. 10 KHz. 1 MHz. Longwave. Radio. 100
  • Gas Detection in Transportation industry
    . In addition to the standard safety requirements established by the local fire department, most facilities require various agency approvals for the gas detection system placed in these areas. The gas sensors and control system normally need approval from FM, CSA, UL, or other NRTL approved agencies
  • Agilent: Spectrum Analysis Basics
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16. Residual FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19. Phase noise