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What type of semiconductor devicegives a near- perfect square-lawresponse?Definition:diode
Term:Which four signals and frequenciesappear at the output of a low--leveldiode modulator?Definition:carrier, modulating, upper, and lowersidebandsTerm:What kind of amplifier must be used toboost the power of a low--level AMsignal?Definition:differential amplifierTerm:What is the simplest and most commontechnique for demodulating an AMsignal?Definition:diode detector
What signals does a balancedmodulator generate? Eliminate?
Term:What signal must be present in an SSBdemodulator besides the signal to bedetected?Definition:the carrier oscillator frequencyTerm:A collector modulated transmitter hasa supply voltage of 48 V and anaverage collector (4pts) current of 600mA. What is the input power to thetransmitter? How much modulatingsignalpower is needed to produce 100 %modulation?Definition:28.8W, 14,4WTerm:An SSB generator has a 9 MHz carrierand is used to pass voice frequenciesin the 300 to (4pts) 3300 Hz range.The lower sideband is detected. whatis the approximate center frequency ofthefilter needed to pass the lowersideband?Definition:8.9982 MhzTerm:A 1496 IC balanced modulator has acarrier-level input of 200 mV. Theamount of suppression achieved is 60dB. How much carrier voltageappears at the output?Definition:

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