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  • Radio Receiver ICs-Image
    Radio Receiver ICs - (27 companies)
    ...circuits (ICs) are designed to receive radio signals for processing and subsequent conversion into a form useful to listeners. Radio receiver ICs are relatively small, but are functionally similar to traditional radio receivers. In electronics, a receiver... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Receivers - (294 companies)
    ...interfaces include universal serial bus (USB), RS232, and RS485. Additional considerations when selecting RF receivers include supply voltage, supply current, receiver inputs, RF connectors, special features, and packaging. Some RF receivers include visual... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Telemetry Receivers and Telemetry Transmitters - (413 companies)
    ...transmitters can be produced as separate receiver and transmitter units, or combined into a device known as a transceiver. Performance Characteristics. Telemetry receivers and telemetry transmitters have several performance characteristics... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Modules - (139 companies)
    RF modules are partially finished circuits that can be incorporated into larger designs. How to Select RF Modules. RF modules are partially finished circuits that can be incorporated into larger designs. They include receivers, transmitters... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Antennas - (1108 companies)
    ...temperature. Video credit: ExploreGate via YouTube. Antenna Placement. The accompanying table identifies common form factors for antennas. External. Antennas that are attached or located externally to the radio transmitter, receiver, transceiver... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Radio Transmitter ICs - (18 companies) the instantaneous value of the modulating signal. AM radio transmitter ICs are also available. These devices use amplitude modulation (AM), a technique that causes the baseband signal to vary the amplitude or height of the carrier wave to create... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Terrestrial Radio and Satellite Radio Services - (41 companies) authorization code is passed to the digital stream, allowing the satellite radio receiver to access the encoded channels. In North America, there are two major satellite radio service providers: XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio. Both XM Radio... Learn More
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    Signal Generators - (378 companies)
    Signal Generators Information. Signal generators and waveform generators are used to test and align all types of transmitters and receivers, to measure frequency and to generate a signal, waveform or noise source. Signal generators can use AC energy... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Transceivers - (271 companies) resolution. Maximum transmission distance is the largest distance by which the transmitter and receiver can be separated. Additional considerations when selecting RF transceivers include power source, supply voltage, supply current, transmitter... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Radios - (407 companies)
    ...consist of a transmitter, receiver, and antenna. They are available in mobile and base configurations. Unlike cellular phones, radios do not require a monthly contract or carry per-call charges. In the United States, two-way radios are regulated... Learn More

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...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....

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...

...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...

...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...

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