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  • Automotive FM Diversity Systems, Part II: Analog Systems (.pdf)
    ). more than 2 antennas the switched diversity system. Fig. 1: Average SNR diversity improvement over one branch. gains a cost advantage over the phased aligning. system. - 1 -. PHASE ALIGNING DIVERSITY SYSTEM. Ant. 1. FM Receiver. A cos(ω t). 1. c. IF Filters. FM. S. Front. YSTEM DESCRIPTION. Demodulator
  • USB FM Radio
    This USB FM Radio design is intended as a reference for incorporating FM radio functionality into a USB product. The design consists of two major components, the Si4701 FM radio receiver and the C8051F321 microcontroller with a built-in universal serial bus (USB) peripheral. Due to the high level
  • rfRXD0420 Receiver Module
    , or. development purposes. Once project proof-of-. concept and demonstration have been proven,. the designer can use the available Gerber files or. complete a design of their own. The module design is suitable for: A detailed description of the rfRXD0420 UHF ASK/. • Wireless remote command and control. FSK/FM
  • Frequency Modulation (FM) Tutorial
    Edwin H. Armstrong, known as one of the founding fathers of radio technology, invented the superheterodyne radio receiver in 1918 and frequency modulation (FM) in 1933 [1]. These two concepts, along with his regenerative circuit technique developed in 1912, formed the basis of radio frequency
  • Automotive FM Diversity Systems, Part I: Propagation Channel Modeling and Multipath Review (.pdf)
    This paper represents Part I of a three part series on automotive FM diversity systems. Part I focuses on a review of multipath fading. Paper Number SAE TECHNICAL. PAPER SERIES. 2007-01-1731. Automotive FM Diversity Systems, Part I: Propagation Channel Modeling. and Multipath Review. Raed S
  • VHF Omni Directional Range Frequency and FM Deviation Control of the 9960 Hz Sub-Carrier (.pdf)
    is 0.1 Hz which results in the sub-. carrier frequency varying by 33.2 Hz per increment and the 480. Hz FM deviation varying by 1.6 Hz per increment. Tables 1 and 2 show the 30 Hz rate setting required to check VOR. receivers and monitors to the ICAO specification. CHINA Beijing. GERMANY. SCANDINAVIA. UK
  • Dual Receiver with Phase and Switched Diversity for Background Processing and Reception Improvement (.pdf)
    of a digital FM receiver which embodies. diversity reception, but this solution carries a significant. these functions is described. cost penalty. This paper presents a dual tuner design that. maintains diversity reception during background. INTRODUCTION. processing. The first objective of a radio receiver
  • Broadcast FM Radio Tuner for Portable Applications
    This document applies to Si4702/03-C Firmware 19 and greater. Worldwide FM band support (76-108 MHz). Digital low-IF receiver. Frequency synthesizer with integrated VCO. Seek tuning. Automatic frequency control (AFC). Automatic gain control (AGC). Excellent overload immunity. Signal strength

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