Microelectronics Receiver Techniques Study.
Interim development rept. 28 Mar-28 Jun 69,
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO SYRACUSE NY HEAVY MILITARY ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
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The relative merits of a direct-conversion synchronous-detection receiver and a superheterodyne receiver are discussed and summarized. A compromise receiver configuration is proposed which first converts to a fixed IF and then synchronously detects the IF signal. A breadboard Image Suppression Loop is described. Data is given on measurements of mixers, local oscillators, and monolithic crystal filters. Author
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment
- Radio Communications