DIFFERENTIATION CIRCUITS FOR AMPLITUDE-MODULATED SIGNAL ENVELOPES.
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Two differentiation circuits for amplitude-modulated signal envelopes in which the functions of the modulator and the demodulator are accomplished by one switch are examined in this article. A serious problem arising during the designing of a system with signal modulation is the creation of economic and stable compensation circuits. There are two basic methods of compensation circuits which operate on alternating current. The first method is compensation by sections of alternating current which are different resonance circuits tuned to the carrier frequency. On the strength of this such circuits are extremely critical to changes of the carrier frequency and magnitudes of the self-capacitances, inductances, and resistances. The second method is compensation with double conversion of the signal frequency. Author
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