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  • SMR-4820 Compact Microwave Search Receiver

    controlled 140 MHz IF output is provided with 80 MHz bandwidth. An integrated demodulator provides AM detection and FM demodulation when the IF output is set to 70 MHz.

  • Design Considerations for High-End Consumer and Pro-Audio Equipment

    Designing high-end consumer and professional audio equipment requires considerable audio application expertise and state-of-the art components. To achieve the highest possible performance, some audio designers rely on discrete components to create their AM/FM receiver designs. However

  • Swept-Tuned Recievers

    range. Very basically, these analyzers "sweep" across the frequency range of interest, displaying all the frequency components present. The swept-tuned analyzer works just like an AM, except that on the radio the dial controls the tuning and instead of a display. r. The swept receiver technique enables

  • Solving Your Radio Frequency Interference Problems (.pdf)

    signals where they shouldn't be. We will also discuss interference caused by intermodulation. We specifically do not discuss power line interference, which is too broad a topic to be given proper treatment here. Interference can occur at any frequency from below the AM broadcast band to microwave link

Discussions about Schematic Am Receiver
  • Re: Low Voltage Spark Gap

    Always glad to hear your take on things, Winfield. We utilize matched pairs of transzorbs in a different circuit (not from my OP) in a communciations system. Yes, they will continue to function as surge suppressors for many years, but degrade the circuit (data receive) to the point of needing repla...

  • Re: Coaxial Motor Control With Gyro on a Helicopter

    Thanks for getting back on this. I have found that all coaxial hellis have proprietary radio/controllers. Why? Because the left right controls from the transmitter have to be mixed with the level/throttle in order to turn. I don't have a schematic because the chip on board is rubbed off on all of...

  • Re:R/C Electrics

    For the record; are you actually using an "electric R/C motor" used for flying an aircraft? You mentioned a gear reduction system. You need to be more specific of your proplem using the proper terminology for your problem. Your R/C servo unit, when used in its' properly designed orrientation, will h...

  • Increasing Gain of Low-Noise Microwave Amplifier Design

    Sir I, Devesh, M.Tech II-year, SVNIT Surat, wants to know how we can improve the gain of LNA without inceasing stages of amplifier. I am giving some details of LNA design. Thanks PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS 0F LOW NOISE MICROWAVE AMPLIFIER...

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Mouser Electronics, Inc.
Silicon Labs' Si468x Digital Radio Receivers

. These chips also provide important audio processing features including noise blanking, configurable FM soft mute, FM de-emphasis and FM hi-cut filtering. Each device within the family is designed for low-power operation, consuming less than 60 mW in analog FM mode, and less than 95 mW in HD Radio and DAB/DAB+ modes. Silicon Labs' Si468x receivers support a wide range of global and analog digital radio standards, including AM, SW, LW, FM, FM RDS, RBDS, DAB, DAB+, DMB, and DRM30. Offering one...

PHOTONIS Technologies SAS
Custom Fiber Optic Receivers

Our Optical Receiver supports high data rates (up to 2GHz) through a number of gain stages, which provide output levels suitable for communications. This new component was honored with a Prism Award for Photonic Innovation in 2010. This receiver is ideal for high-speed optical communications, including through-the-air and line-of-sight unmanned optical systems. The inclusion of a high voltage power supply allows operation by application of only 12V input. High speed signal output is supplied...

Avago Technologies
MicroPOD™ and MiniPOD™ Transmitters/Receivers

MicroPOD ™ and MiniPOD ™ 120G/150G/168G Transmitters/Receivers  . As part of the Atlas Optical Engine product family, the MicroPOD ™ and MiniPOD ™ embedded optical transmitter/receiver modules provide unparalleled channel density, system bandwidth, and design flexibility for board and system level interconnect. These devices are designed to maximize the delivery of 12x10Gbps, 12x12.5Gbps and 12x14Gbps embedded optical solutions targeting high-density backplane...